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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:00 am

A couple of notes about the Nightly thread.
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Previous Nightly Builds thread 20120601

The Official Win32 20120602 NIGHTLY build is out. Changeset: 5199196b65ec
The Official Win32 20120602 AURORA build is out. Changeset: 10b7f6c9be4f
.The Official Firefox 13 BETA 8 build 1 builds are not yet out Changeset: 91bf09009594

Previous NIGHTLY 20120601 (FF15.0a1)
Previous AURORA 20120601 (FF14.0a2)
Previous BETA 20120601 (FF13.0b7)

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: 2012-06-02 -- 03:00 PDT = 10:00 UTC

Fixed:
    NIGHTLY
  1. #420837 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-"new Iterator()" throws a tautology [All]
  2. #702532 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Unnecessary preprocessing in the devtools jar manifest [All]
  3. #709460 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Console]-GCLI needs a screenshot command [All]
  4. #720081 [Firefox:Location Bar]-Inline autocomplete drops https and completes without protocol/www. [All]
  5. #734365 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Inspector]-Rule view focus management needs an overhaul [All]
  6. #735099 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Re-enable incremental GC on desktop platforms [All]
  7. #738458 [Core:Security: PSM]-Upgrade Mozilla to NSS 3.13.5 final [All]
  8. #740482 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-Create nice breakpoint icons for the SourceEditor in the Debugger [All]
  9. #744830 [Core:DOM: Core & HTML]-Implement fast serializer for innerHTML/outerHTML [Lin]
  10. #744982 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Console]-Decide whether GCLI in the global toolbar should be fixed direction:ltr or not [All]
  11. #745961 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Inspector]-Very hard to find the clickable region for adding a new CSS property in the Style Inspector [Win]
  12. #747218 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Inspector]-[layout view] Pref on the layout view [All]
  13. #747514 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-[jsdbg2] Implement Debugger.Environment.prototype.callee accessor [All]
  14. #748766 [Core:Networking: WebSockets]-Only count connected websockets toward max-websocket limit [All]
  15. #748924 [Firefox:PDF Viewer]-PDF viewer: New interface + Mochitest controls [Mac]
  16. #749628 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Implement a "Responsive Design" tool [All]
  17. #751219 [Core:Video/Audio]-Opus codec in <audio> and <video> should support gain header [All]
  18. #752834 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-UI tweaks for the property view [All]
  19. #753311 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-Prevent the Debugger from opening on more than one tab [All]
  20. #753677 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-Visually distinguish between configurable, enumerable and writable properties [All]
  21. #754668 [Core:DOM: Core & HTML]-When resetting a required input, it becomes invalid [All]
  22. #755388 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-"hud is null" when using the edit gcli command [All]
  23. #756890 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Console]-Fix an easy set of GCLI/Developer Toolbar display issues [All]
  24. #757278 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-Handle positions are not saved. [All]
  25. #758428 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-shell swallows compiler bugs [All]
  26. #758683 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-Change the pause icon to a play icon in the debugger toolbar [All]
  27. #758696 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-Add a dialog to the debugger to deny or allow incoming server connections [All]
  28. #759017 [Core:DOM]-whitelisted key events does not contain correct keyCode information [All]
  29. #759124 [Core:SVG]-Implement useCurrentView [All]
  30. #759135 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-Move a __proto__ property at the bottom of the list [All]
  31. #759305 [Core:Disability Access APIs]-De-ns-ify nsHyperTextAccessible [All]
  32. #759399 [Core:Video/Audio]-nsOggReader preroll support [All]
  33. #759457 [Core:Layout]--moz-transform causes box-shadow quirks [Mac]
  34. #759490 [Core:Video/Audio]-Opus timestamps are not being used properly for seeking [All]
  35. #759504 [Core:DOM]-return NULL instead of false for getPrototype [All]
  36. #759612 [Core:Video/Audio]-Opus granule position handling is incorrect [All]
  37. #759748 [Core:Editor]-crash in nsHTMLEditRules::WillDoAction [All]
  38. #759803 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-Remove padding and add side-splitters to common.css in Debugger [All]
  39. #759866 [Core:Graphics: Layers]-Crash more aggressively if we aren't going to be able to paint [Lin]
  40. #759902 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-mostly remove the cancer of JSBool in js.cpp [All]
  41. #759904
  42. #759976 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Remove JSDEBUGGER* [All]
  43. #759995 [Core:DOM]-Stop warning on use of the global scope polluter [Mac]
  44. #760070 [Core:XPConnect]-Make the __exposedProps__ warning appear as an error in the console [All]
  45. #760071 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Debug scope proxies don't let eval-in-frame code define new properties [Win]
  46. #760076 [Core:XPConnect]-Wrapper construct users Wrapper::GET rather than Wrapper::CALL [All]
  47. #760322 [Firefox:Theme]-Update the loading and connecting throbbers [All]
  48. #760424 [Firefox:General]-browser_tab_dragdrop.js is buggy, doesn't remove the correct event listener [Lin]
    AURORA
  1. #720081 [Firefox:Location Bar]-Inline autocomplete drops https and completes without protocol/www. [All]
  2. #740721 [Firefox:General]-pinch and zoom don't work on the Windows with touch input displays [Win]
  3. #752149 [Core:Widget: Cocoa]-[OS X] nsCocoaWindow::ConstrainPosition uses wrong screen in multi-display setup [Mac]
  4. #754303 [Core:Canvas: WebGL]-Periodic extended GC pauses when running Coppercube Backyard WebGL demo [All]
    BETA
    None

Partial Landings/WIPs/Incoming:
    NIGHTLY
  1. #710922 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Firefox Crash [@ JSC::ExecutableAllocator::sizeOfCode ] [All]

  2. #703484 [Core:Graphics: Layers]-Support OMTC Basic layers [All]
    AURORA
    None
    BETA
    None

Regressions/Annoying/Common bugs:
    None



Nightly 15.0a1 fixes since 20110322 (mozilla 2.2) = ~7064
Aurora 14.0a2 fixes since 20110322 (mozilla 2.2) = ~6147
Beta 13.0 b fixes since 20110322 (mozilla 2.2) = ~5531

Release tracking Firefox 13-16 see HERE
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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:15 am


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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:17 am

From previous thread:
speciesx wrote:
Anleck wrote:Performance with this Nightly is very good. Well done Mozilla :)


Try Chrome or Opera and you will see how terrible Firefox Performance is.

Speciesx and what performance is that?In loading pages i don't see any better performance in those browsers(or if i do its so little that its negligible).Chrome is multi-process so the startup or responsivnes of UI and the browser as a whole(which isn't that much greater either) can't be realy compared to others.And btw Firefox and Nightly are much much more responsive than Firefox 4 was and it keeps getting better as the Snappy and SuperSnappy projects move on.Can't comment much about Opera as i have just occasionally tested it(unlike Chrome which i have side by side with Nightly),but again no or negligible page loading wins.On the other hand Firefox has the best customizability of all browsers and you can just preff off stuff that annoys you or move icons and toolbars wherever you want them or use css to change even more stuff(i guess this customizability is bound to bring some performance hit).Firefox has the best addons too.

Fore me its more important to get better customizabilty so i can make the browser work/behave and look like i want it to(not how some devs thinks all users should use it or see it),and the performance for me is the same or not far behind to bother me at all.All that being said,this is just "MY" opinion.Ppl may agree or disagree with me based on their personal preferences or PC hardware.So the statement "Try Chrome or Opera and you will see how terrible Firefox Performance is." is just your opinion on your PC and you shouldn't say it like its a fact for all users.

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:18 am

Insta crash in the 6/1 nightly anytime I try to type in the address bar, or click on anything in the bookmarks toolbar. Anyone else seeing this? x64 build.

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:25 am

geeknik wrote:Insta crash in the 6/1 nightly anytime I try to type in the address bar, or click on anything in the bookmarks toolbar. Anyone else seeing this? x64 build.


epstek wrote:I also got a crash with every interaction. I turned off OMTC and haven't got a crash since.
sry for my bad english.

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:27 am

geeknik wrote:Insta crash in the 6/1 nightly anytime I try to type in the address bar, or click on anything in the bookmarks toolbar. Anyone else seeing this? x64 build.

WFM Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:15.0) Gecko/15.0 Firefox/15.0a1 ID:20120601030520

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:28 am

alex_mayorga wrote:
geeknik wrote:Insta crash in the 6/1 nightly anytime I try to type in the address bar, or click on anything in the bookmarks toolbar. Anyone else seeing this? x64 build.

WFM Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:15.0) Gecko/15.0 Firefox/15.0a1 ID:20120601030520


I guess my whole profile is fubar now, click on icon, crash reporter pops up. ](*,)

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:31 am

Time to try the shiny new "Reset Nightly" button perhaps ;-)

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:33 am

geeknik wrote:I guess my whole profile is fubar now, click on icon, crash reporter pops up. ](*,)

Just go into you profile folder, edit prefs.js and change the value of layers.offmainthreadcomposition.enabled from true to false

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:35 am

Missing "Description" for firefox.exe and plugin-container.exe on "Windows Task Manager" anyone?
Known bug?

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:42 am

C@rb0n wrote:Just go into you profile folder, edit prefs.js and change the value of layers.offmainthreadcomposition.enabled from true to false


Awesome, thanks! Works great now..

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 8:57 am

kilara1988 wrote:From previous thread:
Speciesx and what performance is that?In loading pages i don't see any better performance in those browsers(or if i do its so little that its negligible).Chrome is multi-process so the startup or responsivnes of UI and the browser as a whole(which isn't that much greater either) can't be realy compared to others.And btw Firefox and Nightly are much much more responsive than Firefox 4 was and it keeps getting better as the Snappy and SuperSnappy projects move on.Can't comment much about Opera as i have just occasionally tested it(unlike Chrome which i have side by side with Nightly),but again no or negligible page loading wins.On the other hand Firefox has the best customizability of all browsers and you can just preff off stuff that annoys you or move icons and toolbars wherever you want them or use css to change even more stuff(i guess this customizability is bound to bring some performance hit).Firefox has the best addons too.

Fore me its more important to get better customizabilty so i can make the browser work/behave and look like i want it to(not how some devs thinks all users should use it or see it),and the performance for me is the same or not far behind to bother me at all.All that being said,this is just "MY" opinion.Ppl may agree or disagree with me based on their personal preferences or PC hardware.So the statement "Try Chrome or Opera and you will see how terrible Firefox Performance is." is just your opinion on your PC and you shouldn't say it like its a fact for all users.


I run Fx x64 on SSD, but the responsive compared to Opera x64 is still pretty bad. If i load 15 tabs at same time, firefox become laggy and Opera not.

Since Opera has 64bit build, is Adblock Plus the last reason using Firefox.
sry for my bad english.

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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 9:09 am

I have some problems with the cache on two systems. When reloading often the CSS files are not loaded/applied. Forced reload fixes it but it can happen on next normal reload again.
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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 9:39 am

AMD GPUs are still blocked in Firefox on Windows 8 :(
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Post Posted June 1st, 2012, 9:41 am

C@rb0n wrote:
geeknik wrote:I guess my whole profile is fubar now, click on icon, crash reporter pops up. ](*,)

Just go into you profile folder, edit prefs.js and change the value of layers.offmainthreadcomposition.enabled from true to false


Maybe give me a little credit for this one? Warned you guys yesterday this might happen on the Nightly. Look at the previous thread for details.
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