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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 7:57 am

The Official Win32 ..... builds are out , RSS feed.
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The Official Win32 2005-04-22 [Trunk] build is out.
The Win32 installer is useless


The latest Official build was Firefox 1.0.3(zip) || 2005-04-21 Trunk
Hourly Trunk builds: OCEAN (Lin) || CADENCE (Mac) || BEAST (Win) || Trunk Tinderbox || Bonsai

Last update: 2005-04-22 -- 07:40 PDT = 14:40 UTC (all checkins since the latest nightly included)
The tree is frozen for Gecko1.8b2/Aviary1.1a. All checkins require drivers' approval.(Blocking..)

Fixes: OS in []
  1. #210043[Firefox]-Context menu "copy image" (not URL) to paste into image editing software [All]
  2. #254225[Firefox]-Display keyboard shortcuts for "back" and "forward" in "Go" menu [Mac]
  3. #266459[Firefox]-Progressmeter undetermined does not work on above URL [Win]
  4. #273466[Firefox]-Can't drag favicon from url bar into bookmark sidebar to create bookmark [All]
  5. #285574[Firefox]-[Mac] fonts settings dialog is cropped [Mac]
  6. #287603[Core]-Enable WPS URLObjects on the commandline [OS/2]
  7. #289204[Core]-Showing a blocked popup has chrome privs [All]
  8. #289595[Core:XForms]-Can't assume there is a non-null mSchema per model [All]
  9. #289857[Core]-discarded characters cause that the selected text shift [All]
  10. #289949[Core]-crash in aviary builds using Linkification extension - FF10X [@ js_GC][@ js_LinkFunctionObject] [All]
  11. #290102[Core]-Windows widget code can call OnPaint from Invalidate [Win]
  12. #290371[Core]-OnDataAvailable called again after returning an error [All]
  13. #290870[Core]-[FIXr]lack of XBL error reporting if unexpected element is found [All]
  14. #291006[Firefox]-Datasource: chrome://browser/locale/help/help-toc.rdf was not found. [Win]
  15. #291020[Core]-[FIXr]XML mismatched tag error wrong when namespaces are involved [Lin]
  16. #291176[Core]-view-source crashes on URL [@ nsTextFrame::PrepareUnicodeText] [Win]
  17. #291198[Core]-"overflow" and "underflow" events are missing detail attribute [All]
  18. #291234[Core:Build Config]---with-toolkit=cairo-gtk2 build fails in netwerk/tests [Lin]
  19. #291276[Firefox]-[Mac] don't force edit commandsets from macBrowserOverlay [Mac]
  20. #291339[Core:SVG]-foreignObject crash in debug builds [All]

Patched but not completely fixed:
  1. #281692[Core]-nsXPCOMGlue.cpp acts incorrectly on Environment Value (XPCOM_SEARCH_KEY) [Win]
  2. #287262[Firefox:Build Config]-build packages for locales by starting with en-US complete packages [All]
  3. #291029[Core]-reversed args to memcpy results in write to readonly memory [@ memcpy - CopyToLowerCase::write] [Win]

Regressions/confirmed/annoying bugs:
Make sure you vote for bugs that you suffer from.
Do NOT vote for bugs you don't see on your system.

  1. #64401[Core]-Extremely slow performance with png background [All](?)
  2. #138198[Core]-"open link in new tab" (middle or ctrl click) doesn't work for javascript links (should act like normal click) [All](?)
  3. #174734[Firefox]-Links starting with non-English characters in name do not show up in bookmarks [Win](?)
  4. #201307[Core]-slow scrolling in pages with position:fixed elements [All](-)
  5. #202615[Core]-No mouse page back/forward or horizontal scroll using Alps touchpad. [Win](-)
  6. #222653[Firefox]-Password Manager should display autocomplete widget for pages/sites where user has saved multiple logins [All]
  7. #227632[Firefox]-Password Manager (http auth) does not allow me to select from multiple logins [All](?)
  8. #230401[Firefox]-Focus not in address bar after opening new Tab by DoubleClick [Win](patch/?)
  9. #238137[Firefox]-User Agent string in the About Firefox dialog is cut off at the bottom [All](patch/-)
  10. #242134[Firefox]-print page setup headers and footers are not remembered [All](?)
  11. #243324[Firefox]-Download manager fails to close with files that download very quickly (small files / cached files) [All](patch/+)
  12. #245392[Firefox]-Installer options for where to put start menu / desktop / quick launch shortcut icons (empty folder created) [Win](patch/?)
  13. #247427[Firefox]-"pluginreg.dat" & "registry.dat" should be stored in %APPDATA%/Mozilla/Firefox [All](+)
  14. #249150[Firefox]-Bookmarks file is overwritten (deleted) randomly [Win]
  15. #252371[Firefox]-incremental find/search in page does not find/highlight text in textarea/form/text entry boxes [All](-)
  16. #252412[Firefox]-livemark in bookmarks folder causes the folder to collapse the 1st time it's opened [Win](?)
  17. #255637[Firefox]-Easier way needed to create Live Bookmarks from < a > links to feeds [All].(?)
    (Workaround "Rightclick Add Live bookmark" extension).
  18. #262575[Firefox]-Visit Homepage in Extension and Theme manager should repect Tabbed Browsing preferences [Win](patch/-)
  19. #268553[Firefox]-Can't add a new folder on the bookmarks toolbar after having deleted a folder [Win](+)
  20. #258543[Firefox]-Disabling Form Fill Prevents Selecting Identities On Sites With Multiple Saved Logins [Win](~20040730-bug 249610)(?)
  21. #269840[Firefox]-Strange lines appear when scrolling down, then back up [All](?)
  22. #270084[Firefox]-end of the installation should contain a message that reminds people to configure their firewalls [All](-)
  23. #272787[Firefox]-After a random amount of time, unable to connect to anything [Win](?)
  24. #274271[Firefox]-blocked install notification bar does not appear when clicking on InstallTrigger link [All](+)
  25. #274425[Core]-Crash adding url found in iframe to adblock - FF10 FFTrunk Trunk [@ nsEventStateManager::PreHandleEvent] [Win](20040809)(+)
  26. #283730[Firefox]-save file - folder link/shortcut: tries to overwrite link instead of opening the directory [Win](20050223-bug 271732)(patch/?)
  27. #284245[Core]-Richedit/designMode not working anymore at blogger.com [All](20050211-bug 209020)(+)
  28. #285076[Toolkit]-XUL Template Builder isn't working with Dynamic overlays [Win]
  29. #288194[Core]-XUL <textbox> is too hard to focus [Win](-)
  30. #289422[Firefox]-Erroneous javascript Focus() function will break close of findbar [Win](?)
  31. #289973[Firefox]-Open in Tabs on second level of Bookmarks Toolbar Folder disappears after selecting [Mac](20050331)(+)
  32. #290673[Core]-hovering link sometimes triggers strange mouse and back button behavior (flickering)[Win](20050415)
  33. #290988[Firefox:Build Config]-Crash opening Options using non default themes - stack overflow [ @ ntdll.dll ] [Win](?)
  34. #290943[Firefox]-random crash closing FF [ @ nsBookmarksService::ClearBookmarksContainer ] [Win](20050329)(?)
  35. #291183[Core]-FCKeditor crashes when clicking on "Source" button [ @ nsStyleSet::ResolveStyleFor ][Win](20040810)

    Regressions/bugs from bug #274712-New Options Dialog
  36. #283697[Firefox-Options landing]-Options panel cannot be resized.Chopped off panels [Win](-)
  37. #283820[Firefox-Options landing]-Download Actions shows and allows editing of multiple entries for same file extension. [Win](?)
  38. #284086[Firefox-Options landing]-"Sanitize on shutdown" fails if the last closed window is not a browser window [All](+)
  39. #285002[Firefox-Options landing]-slow scrolling/redrawing in new cookies window with many cookies [Win](?)

    Regressions/bugs from bug #278534-Get rid of contents.rdf chrome registration nightmare.
  40. #284515[Firefox-remove content.rdf landing]-Viewing the options of an extension that has just been enabled makes extension manager unusable. [Win](?)
  41. #285155[Toolkit-remove content.rdf landing]-Patch for bug 278534 broke profile installs of install.js SeaMonkey extensions [Lin](-)
  42. #285544[Firefox-remove content.rdf landing]-Safe Mode doesn't work [Win](+)
  43. #286380[Firefox-remove content.rdf landing]-chrome.manifest not removed when an extension is uninstalled [Win](patch)

(*restore the advanced javascript options, use the extension via this page)

Planned Milestones: Firefox 1.1a (Developer Preview)->Mid April, 1.1b->late May , branching->June, 1.1->August, 1.5 (winter 2005), 2.0 (spring 2006).
Trunk Fixes since Firefox 1.0 20041109 (sort of)= 1577
Bugs nominated for blocking Firefox 1.1=251
Bugs confirmed for blocking Firefox 1.1=154

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Last edited by Peter(6) on April 22nd, 2005, 11:35 am, edited 18 times in total.
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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 8:43 am

I remember when 27 bugs in the "red list" was an alarming number, and was hoping it would be down after I've been away a week. Sure has been a lot of bug fixes, though, just not the ones on this "red list" nor on many blockers from the thread with the 1.1 graph chart thingie.

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 8:51 am

sasquatch wrote:I remember when 27 bugs in the "red list" was an alarming number, and was hoping it would be down after I've been away a week. Sure has been a lot of bug fixes, though, just not the ones on this "red list" nor on many blockers from the thread with the 1.1 graph chart thingie.
It would be great if some of the more then 100 developers from Seamonkey would move over to FF to assist in FF development / bug fixing... Maybe some FF developer outreach is needed. It's sad we have such a small core group of developers.

Anyways that's my small rant for this hour...

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 9:21 am

It seems that 0420 build is not compatible with TabMix extension :(
Get ready for revolutionary File manager!

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 9:27 am

ivanii wrote:It seems that 0420 build is not compatible with TabMix extension :(


Thanks for the warning before I install, but could you give more details? what's not working? Just the whole thing or parts or what? thanks.

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 9:27 am

ivanii wrote:It seems that 0420 build is not compatible with TabMix extension :(


Get an update for TRUNK only here:
http://www.extensionsmirror.nl/index.ph ... 8&st=240&#

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 9:29 am

IceDogg wrote:
ivanii wrote:It seems that 0420 build is not compatible with TabMix extension :(


Thanks for the warning before I install, but could you give more details? what's not working? Just the whole thing or parts or what? thanks.


Yesterdays build changed some restrictions on use of 'internal-naming', and thus broke a few extensions.

check the thread on yesterday's build, page 3-4 for more info and list of broken extensions, and
in the Extensions forum the thread on TabMix, last couple pages.

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 9:30 am

BoxerBoi76 wrote:
sasquatch wrote:I remember when 27 bugs in the "red list" was an alarming number, and was hoping it would be down after I've been away a week. Sure has been a lot of bug fixes, though, just not the ones on this "red list" nor on many blockers from the thread with the 1.1 graph chart thingie.
It would be great if some of the more then 100 developers from Seamonkey would move over to FF to assist in FF development / bug fixing... Maybe some FF developer outreach is needed. It's sad we have such a small core group of developers.
I'd imagine they'll focus on some of the stability or annoyance bugs when the freeze is over. Right now it seems that they're just including stuff that needs testing (SVG support, Extension manager revision) and fixing some bugs as they go.
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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 9:34 am

my trunk-fixed version of sage is here.

slightly different from the previously linked version in that i've fixed the mark all as read button with the patch i submitted to sage's bugzilla a month or so ago.

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 10:27 am

sasquatch wrote:I remember when 27 bugs in the "red list" was an alarming number, and was hoping it would be down after I've been away a week. Sure has been a lot of bug fixes, though, just not the ones on this "red list" nor on many blockers from the thread with the 1.1 graph chart thingie.

As time went on people added their pet bugs in there (some of which existed way before these threads got started); so of course the list can only grow.

Peter(6): Would it be acceptable to remove non-showstopper bugs that are unlikely to be fixed in the short-term? Some of them have existed for a long time anyway, so they would manifest in any build of Firefox (and thus, while still annoying, would not really provide that much value to a thread on daily builds).

Random comment to bring this somewhat on topic: It looks like <canvas> on Win32 is broken in that the colors are BGR instead of RGB. Havn't filed a bug yet because Cairo is off by default.
poot.

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 10:31 am

Mook wrote:As time went on people added their pet bugs in there (some of which existed way before these threads got started); so of course the list can only grow.
Peter(6): Would it be acceptable to remove non-showstopper bugs that are unlikely to be fixed in the short-term? Some of them have existed for a long time anyway, so they would manifest in any build of Firefox (and thus, while still annoying, would not really provide that much value to a thread on daily builds).
I'm waiting for Ben to go through the list, after that I'll remove the - bug

Mook wrote:Random comment to bring this somewhat on topic: It looks like <canvas> on Win32 is broken in that the colors are BGR instead of RGB. Havn't filed a bug yet because Cairo is off by default.
1.How to set it on ?
2.Are there any real examples on the web (i/o of useless screenshots) ?
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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 10:53 am

<b>From yesterday's build:</b>
xal wrote:has anyone noticed a problem with element positioning in GMail when you are using the spanish version of gmail?
It's only happening in trunk, FF1.0 works fine.
What happens is that the body of the page falls over the left side menu, mixing what would be 'inbox' ('bandeja de entrada' in spanish) with the list of emails.
Can anybody confirm this? is this a problem with gmail or with ff?
If you want to run a quick test, open your gmail account and go to Settings -> General -> Language, and choose spanish...

can anyone confirm this??
xal

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 11:05 am

Peter(6) wrote:1.How to set it on ?
2.Are there any real examples on the web (i/o of useless screenshots) ?


Wonders if because my descriptions verbally, are not that good, this ref is to my pictures so that the descrition is actually seen?

On that note, has the latest Firefox been adjusted to not give me that crash I got? I do have a nice Backup of the one I am using, so if anything goes wrong, I can reinstall this one.
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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 11:37 am

Are you speaking of the XML error on start? I advised yesterday it was fixed, and I see from yesterday's notes tht it was also fixed for Lin/Win

# #291170 [Firefox]--XML Parsing error blocks launch of Firefox [Lin/Win]

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Post Posted April 21st, 2005, 11:49 am

Peter(6) wrote:I'm waiting for Ben to go through the list, after that I'll remove the - bug

Sounds good :) (I only see 6 in the first section with blocking+ anything though, and quite a few with explicit blocking-)

Peter(6) wrote:1.How to set it on ?

ac_add_options --enable-cairo in the .mozconfig (i.e., you have to build your own; not turned on in the official builds AFAIK). Maybe ask around in the third party builds forum for one? (I don't have a good way to distribute my builds)
Peter(6) wrote:2.Are there any real examples on the web (i/o of useless screenshots) ?

These; you have to save the HTML into a file and open that. Using a Cairo-enabled build with <canvas> support of course. (Found in the Development forum via asqueella.) Note that Neil Deakin's tests crash my build of Firefox - all I have so far is that the XBL bindings cause the crash.
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