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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 9:07 am

A couple of notes about the Nightly thread.
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The Official Win32 20110625 NIGHTLY build is out.
The Official Win32 20110625 AURORA build is out.
.The Official Win32 6.0 Beta 1 is not yet out.

Previous NIGHTLY 20110624 (FF7.0a1)
Previous AURORA 20110624 (FF6.0a2)
Previous BETA 20110621 (FF5.0)

Hourly NIGHTLY builds : mozilla-central-linux || mozilla-central-macosx || mozilla-central-win32 || Firefox Tinderbox || NIGHTLY Changelog
Hourly NIGHTLY archive for Windows, Mac and Linux (not the final format yet)
AURORA Tinderbox || AURORA changelog

Last update: 2011-06-25 -- 07:10 PDT = 14:10 UTC
Last NIGHTLY Changeset: ce10fd5d82c6
Last AURORA Changeset: f69cd8f15cdf
Last BETA Changeset: c5eeb24ce9f0

NOTE: for nightly builds set boolean "extensions.checkCompatibility.nightly" "false" (starting with 20110525 nightly)

Fixed:
    NIGHTLY
  1. #651501 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-document.body fails to autocomplete in Web Console [All]
  2. #642471 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Rewrite PanelHighlighter using transparent xul iframe and canvas [All]
  3. #653083 [Core:Plug-ins]-Call one method in javascript, but another executed in flash player [Win]
  4. #660560 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Scratchpad lacks indentation, pressing TAB key should indent code [All]
  5. #660806 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Autocomplete shows during history navigation [All]
  6. #661456 [Core:Video/Audio]-WebM video rendered with incorrect aspect ratio [All]
  7. #663443 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-No indication to which tab a Web Console window belongs (esp. an empty one) [All]
  8. #663746 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Change Scratchpad shortcut key to something other than F4 [All]
  9. #664788 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-console.log(message) doesn't show leading whitespace in message [All]
  10. #664974 [Core:Plug-ins]-Plugin Stack Overflow Crash [@ _SEH_prolog ] [Win]
  11. #666394 [Fennec:Panning/Zooming]-Remove redraw hack [Mac]
  12. #666751 [Core:Layout: Block and Inline]-Crashing on mail.yandex.ru/lenta (RSS reader) [All]
  13. #666784 [Core:Plug-ins]-kNotifyData.redirectCallback in nptest.cpp is not initialized with NULL [All]
    AURORA
  1. #618835 [Core:Networking: Cache]-Cannot login to phpmyadmin if I made a typo during my first login attempt [All]
  2. #655368 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Allocator mismatch: js::WeakMap::finalize uses "delete" on table allocated with "malloc" [Lin]
  3. #659569 [Core:Networking: Cache]-Unable to connect to Ubiquiti Network radio equipment w/o getting stuck in redirect loop. [All]
  4. #660638 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-OOM in Compiler::compileScript when |script| is not checked [All]
  5. #660806 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Autocomplete shows during history navigation [All]
  6. #663746 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Change Scratchpad shortcut key to something other than F4 [All]
    BETA
    None

Partial Landings/WIPs/Incoming:
    NIGHTLY
  1. #665609 [Core:DOM]-Kill AddEventListenerByIID/RemoveEventListenerByIID from content [All]

  2. #663922 [Core:Document Navigation]-Unsafe uses of GetTransactionAtIndex in nsSHistory.cpp [All]
    AURORA
    None
    BETA
    None

Regressions/Annoying/Common bugs:
  1. #640452 [Core:General]-[meta] leaks and quasi-leaks for Firefox 5 [All]
  2. #640457 [Core:General]-[meta] memory size reductions for Firefox 5 [All]


Nightly 7.0 fixes since 20110322 (mozilla 2.2) = ~1662
Aurora 6.0 fixes since 20110322 (mozilla 2.2) = ~1276
Beta 5.0 fixes since 20110322 (mozilla 2.2) = ~668

Draft Roadmap Firefox 5(Q2)-6(Q3)-7(Q4) see HERE
Last edited by Peter(6) on June 25th, 2011, 11:09 am, edited 2 times in total.
nightly build threads 20040225 (FF 0.8.0+) - 20120331 (FF14a)

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 9:25 am

I think that the title should be: "The Official Win32 20110625 ...." or am I wrong?

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 9:48 am

sbi82 wrote:I think that the title should be: "The Official Win32 20110625 ...." or am I wrong?


No you are not wrong. Probably a typo.

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 9:59 am

Anyway, after yesterday's excitement, the Aurora update was uneventful.

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 10:16 am

That bug has finally been fixed. In fact, from the latest comments on it, Win64 builds should update as expected once they become available later today.
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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 11:31 am

Dammit, removing http from the URL is the stupidest idea ever. It does not make it more user-friendly and only serves to confuse. Why should http get special treatment?

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 11:57 am

UrbenLegend wrote:Dammit, removing http from the URL is the stupidest idea ever. It does not make it more user-friendly and only serves to confuse. Why should http get special treatment?

Because you don't need to see http:// to know that it's http://? :roll:

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 12:17 pm

ioiokzkz wrote:
UrbenLegend wrote:Dammit, removing http from the URL is the stupidest idea ever. It does not make it more user-friendly and only serves to confuse. Why should http get special treatment?

Because you don't need to see http:// to know that it's http://? :roll:

I guess they are planning on having the portion to the left show if you are on a secure connection (https://), etc. :-k
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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 12:20 pm

ioiokzkz wrote:
UrbenLegend wrote:Dammit, removing http from the URL is the stupidest idea ever. It does not make it more user-friendly and only serves to confuse. Why should http get special treatment?

Because you don't need to see http:// to know that it's http://? :roll:


And why not remove ftp? We see a directory structure so we know that its ftp right? Oh why not remove https as well? We have a favicon that highlights blue or green when there is encryption. Your argument is invalid and a poor attempt to hide the inconsistency that is removing http from urls. Anyways, just a pet peeve easily solved by changing browser.urlbar.trimURLs in about:config.

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 12:43 pm


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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 12:48 pm

UrbenLegend wrote:Dammit, removing http from the URL is the stupidest idea ever. It does not make it more user-friendly and only serves to confuse. Why should http get special treatment?


I still see it but it is a tad blurry.

OK if I disable Status 4 Evar, I can't see it.


Fixed thanks to Rob

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 1:33 pm

UrbenLegend wrote:Dammit, removing http from the URL is the stupidest idea ever. It does not make it more user-friendly and only serves to confuse. Why should http get special treatment?

I, on the other hand, like it very much. It was unnecessary to be displayed all the time, and this update is a nice space saver addition.

By the way, can we edit what all do we want to trim out in about:config somehow?

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 1:39 pm

UrbenLegend wrote:And why not remove ftp? We see a directory structure so we know that its ftp right? Oh why not remove https as well? We have a favicon that highlights blue or green when there is encryption. Your argument is invalid and a poor attempt to hide the inconsistency that is removing http from urls. Anyways, just a pet peeve easily solved by changing browser.urlbar.trimURLs in about:config.

Removing ftp and https is confusing, you and I both know it'd be better if they're clearly indicated, but http is just so common that it's really okay if we decide not to mention it.
But like you said, there's always a pref so people not used to the change can turn it off, and that's why we love Firefox, isn't it?

PS. I think the main reason they do this is actually, you know, [parity-chrome]™. :mrgreen:

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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 2:07 pm

WildcatRay wrote:I guess they are planning on having the portion to the left show if you are on a secure connection (https://), etc. :-k


Sorry, but, what are you talking about? Where did you see that they plan to remove "http."

Nice idea. I hope they will do it like Opera.

Edit: Lol! Just now realized it has been removed already! But... Why they left the last part, which usually is junk, uncovered? Anyway.
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Post Posted June 24th, 2011, 2:18 pm

LordStriker wrote:
WildcatRay wrote:I guess they are planning on having the portion to the left show if you are on a secure connection (https://), etc. :-k


Sorry, but, what are you talking about? Where did you see that they plan to remove "http."

Nice idea. I hope they will do it like Opera.

Edit: Lol! Just now realized it has been removed already! But... Why they left the last part, which usually is junk, uncovered? Anyway.

Ah...I was referring to the favicon portion of the location bar...
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