Select a component to see open bugs in that component:
File a bug here to request an assessment by the Applied Machine Learning team about ML capabilities for a new or existing products.
For problems related to media (video/audio) -- especially when the reporter is not sure which area of the media stack the problem is in. This category will mostly be for untriaged video/audio issues. Bugs in this category will typically be moved to another media category during the triage process.
Any bug in libcubeb. Typically audio output and input bugs would go here
Any bug in the Gecko Media Plugin framework. This is the code that glues the openh264 plugin and EME plugins to the browser.
Any bug related to MediaStreams, MediaStreamTracks, TrackUnions and the MediaStream GraphDriver.
For problems related to the HTML 5 media elements (<video> and <audio>) -- including WebM, MP4, MSE and EME issues. This would also typically include decoding problems in the codecs themselves (e.g. VP8, VP9, H.264, AAC) experienced during playback.
Issues relating to recording/encoding of audio and video using the HTML5 MediaRecorder API.
For bugs using an AutoConfig (mozilla.cfg) file to configure Firefox or other Mozilla applications. NOT for Thunderbird Autoconfiguration.
Issues with loading CSS style sheets from the network, parsing style sheets and style attributes in HTML markup, performing the CSS cascade, selector matching, and producing correct computed values for CSS properties.
- toggling class name on an element does not restyle the element
- background-color property does not support hsl() values
- CSS Cascading
- CSS Conditional
- CSS Logical Properties
- CSS Namespaces
- CSS Scoping
- CSS Style Attributes
- CSS Syntax
- CSS Values
- CSS Variables
- Media Queries
Issues with animating and transitioning CSS properties. For issues with the Web Animations API, see the DOM: Animations component.
- transitions are not triggered when the display property is changed simultaneously
- the font-weight property animates discretely but should be interpolated smoothly
- CSS Animations
- CSS Timing
- CSS Transitions
- Motion Path
Description: This component relates to bugs in our support for accessibility APIs on the various platforms. Accessibility APIs allow 3rd party products, such as screen readers used by visually impaired users, to communicate with our content and UI. The APIs we support specifically are MSAA on Windows and ATK on UNIX/Linux (Apple has not yet published specs for an accessibility API on OS X). This component is not for keyboard, focus or any accessibility bugs other than those relating to the APIs we export.
Bugs relating to Windows dynamic linker instrumentation, the DLL interceptor, or DLL blocking
Issues relating to DMD (dark matter detector), the tool for verifying memory reporters.
This component covers the Web Animations implementation in Gecko.
Issues with code implementing WebIDL, not WebIDL itself
Issues related to implementation of content processes in Firefox, especially the code in dom/ipc ([more info](https://wiki.mozilla.org/Project_Fission))
All issues with copy-and-paste and drag-and-drop can be reported here, be it with the web API or the platform backends. This includes clipboard issues.
Issues with CSSOM support and other CSS-related DOM APIs. This is not the place for most CSS bugs unless they involve scripting; see the CSS and Layout components instead.
- document.styleSheets doesn’t include style sheets from file:// URLs
- crash setting element.style.color to "red"
- CSS Font Loading
- CSSOM View Module
- Geometry Interfaces
This component covers APIs exposing device interfaces for communication, networking, multimedia, etc.
For bugs with editing text on web pages. Related HTML features are <input type=text>, <textarea>, contenteditable, and the designMode API.
This component includes bugs for DOM events from https://dom.spec.whatwg.org.
For bugs in the DOM Blob, DOM File and FileSystem APIs
For bugs with HTML forms. (See also Layout: Form Controls.)
The geolocation API and framework enables reporting a physical location, in cooperating with a location provider (such as a GPS).
This system consumes content from the web, parses, validates and builds a content model (document)
Networking-related DOM APIs, such as XmlHttpRequest, Fetch, Web Sockets, EventSource, and Beacon.
Bugs affecting the implementation of the DOM performance APIs such as ElementTiming.
Push Notifications wake up and notify web-apps when a remote server has something of interest for the web-app.
Native content-based security features including: Content Security Policy (CSP), Mixed Content Blocker (MCB), and Safe Browsing.
This component includes bugs for selection handling from https://w3c.github.io/selection-api/.
Bugs involving conversion to html or plaintext, either during saving or during copy/paste. This component is NOT for general copy/paste bugs, for bugs involving save dialogs or writing to files when saving, or for I18n-related bugs; only for problems with the actual text which is saved.
This component covers the Service Worker implementation in Gecko.
Implementation of WHATWG Streams specification
Bugs and issues related to the W3C Web Authentication (webauthn) implementation in Firefox, or its interaction with operating system and hardware components.
Bugs and issues related to the W3C Web Crypto implementation in Firefox.
For issues with the Window global object, Location object, and the WindowProxy object.
This component covers the Web Workers implementation in Gecko.
For bugs about the "Find in page" feature.
For bugs related to fuzzing code or team requests that don't fit anywhere else. Changes to individual fuzzing targets should be filed in the respective components.
The built-in profiler which can be used in order to get profiling information from within Gecko.
For bugs in Core which do not fit into other more specific Core components
Mapping of cross platform rendering interfaces to various 2D graphics APIs
Bugs with the HTML5 <canvas> element, its XUL sibling, and related rendering contexts.
Bugs with the WebGL Canvas Context.
qcms and other issues relating to Mozilla's color management implementation.
For bugs about (un)blocking images from servers.
ImageLib decodes GIF, JPEG and PNG images, and provides the decoded data to the Compositor for display. If Firefox or Seamonkey can display an image when loaded separately from the page, ImageLib is working, and the actual imaging bug exists elsewhere within Firefox or Seamonkey.
Examples of appropriate bugs: PNG gAMA chunk ignored; Crashes on GIF w/corrupted frame(merr-01.gif); or PNGs and JPEGs aren't displayed on FreeBSD.
The graphics subsystem that implements hardware-accelerated (and software) composition of layers of content.
Issues with glyph rasterization and painting, font format support, and interfacing with platform font APIs. For issues with font selection, text shaping, and glyph selection, see the Layout: Text and Fonts component.
Issues related to implementation of WebGPU API in Gecko. This category includes: validation/tracking/security issues, graphics abstraction issues on various platforms, integration with WebRender for presenting, and WebIDL bindings.
Bugs related to the integration of WebRender into Gecko.
For bugs in the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) code regardless of the backend. Example of appropriate bugs: implementation of a new feature for a backend, fixing a bug for a specific backend or general bugs regarding HAL.
Internationalization is the process of designing and developing a software product to function in multiple locales. This process involves identifying the locales that must be supported, designing features which support those locales, and writing the code needed.
Localization is the process of adapting software for a specific international market; this process includes translating the user interface, resizing dialog boxes, replacing icons and other culturally sensitive graphics (if necessary) as well as customizing features.
Core inter-process communication and IPDL system for communicating with and isolating sub-processes. Please file plugin-specific IPC bugs in Core: Plug-Ins and content-specific IPC bugs in Core: DOM: Content Processes.
Bugs relating to the integration of Microsoft Distributed COM into Gecko
File bugs here for issues involving the garbage collector (crashes, leaks, etc.), where the issue is not one caused by failure to use the JSAPI correctly.
File bugs here for issues related to anything exposed through the Intl property on the global object.
Implementation of the WebAssembly (wasm) standard, including compilation and runtime support.
Issues in Layout that do not fit into any other Layout component or which span multiple Layout components.
Bugs related to the top level presentation objects (pres shell, pres context, and document viewer), the frame constructor, and the base frame classes, as well as general issues with alignment and sizing, all belong here.
Issues with core layout and geometry for basic block and inline elements. This includes issues with ::first-letter and ::first-line.
- margins between two blocks do not collapse properly
- button does not align its baseline correctly with the rest of the line it’s in
- CSS Box
- CSS Inline Layout
Issues with CSS multi-column layout.
- column rules are not properly drawn on overflow columns
- column gap should be included in minimum width calculation when the number of columns is non-auto
- CSS Multicol
Issues with CSS flexible box layout.
- flex items not wrapping in multi-line flexbox with "overflow:hidden"
- baseline for empty flexbox container seems wrong
- CSS Flexbox
Issues with CSS floats and clearance.
- float moves to wrong position when you dynamically set "clear" property on ancestor
- inline frames without enough inline space should clear floats, regardless of shape-outside
- CSS 2.2 (§ Floats, and others)
- CSS Shapes
Issues with the layout and appearance of HTML form controls, such as buttons, date/time pickers, select elements, and textareas.
- datepicker remains visible after tabbing out of date input field
- the filename field of <input type=file> renders incorrectly in vertical writing mode with dir=rtl
- HTML (§ Forms)
Issues with handling of CSS generated content, list items, and counters.
- ::before and ::after are not rendered correctly on <details>
- list item bullet characters don't display in the specified font face
- CSS Counter Styles
- CSS Generated Content
- CSS Lists
- CSS Pseudo-Elements
Issues with CSS grid layout.
- stretching the inline size of <button> grid items doesn't work
- abspos child of a grid should respect "align-self"/"justify-self" when computing its static position
- CSS Grid Layout
Issues with the CSS images and other replaced content. This includes loading, layout, and rendering of CSS images (such as in background-image), and the layout of HTML img, picture, video, iframe, frame, and frameset elements. For issues with image decoding and video playback, see the ImageLib and Audio/Video components respectively.
- SVG as image with an intrinsic width and max-height has its width incorrectly scaled down by the same ratio as the height is scaled down
- <iframe> has incorrect default size in vertical writing mode
- CSS Backgrounds
- CSS Images
Issues with relative, absolute, fixed, and sticky positioning.
- <thead> with position: sticky gets stuck after scrolling down
- wrong absolute positioning when the containing block has a min-height and overflow:hidden
- CSS Positioned Layout
Issues with CSS Ruby text layout.
- ruby annotation is not placed correctly for RTL content
- ruby base after a line break may disappear
- CSS Ruby
Issues with the layout and rendering of scrollable elements, scrollbars, and with the handling of overflowing content. Also includes issues with rendering of the regular text caret and the accessible caret. For problems with rendering of currently scrolling elements, see the Panning and Zooming component.
- <legend> w/ display:flex overflow:scroll sometimes renders without scrollbars
- overflow: hidden on fieldsets spills over
- CSS Scroll Anchoring
- CSS Scroll Snap
- CSS Scrollbars
- CSS Overflow
Issues with table layout and rendering.
- border-style: groove not applied for tables with border-collapse: collapse
- incorrect width for table cells with padding, box-sizing: border-box, and table-layout: fixed
- CSS 2.2 (§ Tables)
Issues with CSS font selection, font loading, text shaping and glyph selection, breaking, text decorations, bidirectional text processing, and white space processing. For issues with glyph rendering and font format support, see the Graphics: Text component.
- line-breaking code does not handle supplementary-plane characters properly
- double or wavy decoration lines are not repainted correctly if specified on floating first letter
- CSS Fonts
- CSS Size Adjustment
- CSS Text
- CSS Text Decoration
Mathematical Markup Language
Most things related to memory allocation in Gecko, including jemalloc, replace-malloc, logalloc, etc. For reports about memory usage, please use the Firefox::Untriaged or Thunderbird::Untriaged component instead.
File bugs here for headers, macros, data structures, methods, and other functionality which should be available to SpiderMonkey and to all Gecko code, implemented in the mfbt/ source directory.
For issues in the Android glue, the custom dynamic linker or other parts of the mozglue library.
For bugs in Mozilla's modular networking library (aka "Netlib" or "Necko".) The networking library supplies the software interface that Mozilla uses to access physical transports (e.g. the Internet and local drives), perform URL resolutions, and handle a variety of networking protocols.
Examples of appropriate bugs: URLs with backslash not fetched; URLs starting with a single slash turn into http:///; Cannot access authenticated FTP site.
For bugs in the cache, which stores recently accessed data for more rapid access. Includes the disk cache, memory cache, and all cache preferences.
Examples of appropriate bugs: Implement compression of network cache data; or Implement partial HTTP caching.
A general mechanism which server side connections (such as CGI scripts) can use to both store and retrieve information on the client side of the connection. This refers to HTML cookies; little blobs of data we store and share with sites
For bugs in Mozilla's implementation of DNS (Domain Name Service)
Requests for changes to the Public Suffix List
For bugs in Mozilla's File IO code. This component deals with File specific issues like writing to disk, reading local files, etc Related problems with file:// protocol may also be addressed here.
For bugs in Mozilla's FTP code. This component deals with FTP specific issues like downloading, directory formats, problems with FTP login, or resuming partial downloads, etc.
Examples of appropriate bugs- Problems with multiple occurrences of files in directory listings, corruption in downloading certain files via FTP, etc.
For bugs in Mozilla's HTTP networking code. This component deals with HTTP specific issues like pipelining, keep-alive, HTTP proxies, 1.1 issues, redirects, authentication (basic), etc.
Examples of appropriate bugs: Problems with proxy authentication; HTTP redirects looping indefinitely, etc.
For bugs relating to the jar protocol handler, .jar file handling, and .jar directory browsing.
Bugs related to the performance/correctness of the on-the-wire WebSocket networking protocol: file other WebSockets bugs under DOM:WebSockets interface may be better classified as Core::DOM.
Covers issues relating to the asynchronous panning and zooming (APZ) module, including scrolling and gesture detection. Issues with reflowing ("full") zoom should be filed in Core :: Layout (for issues with page rendering when zoomed) or Firefox :: Toolbars and Customization (for issues with the zoom level indicator UI) instead.
User reports of Firefox performance issues, and bugs about Firefox performance issues where the correct component is not yet known. The goal for bugs in this component is to identify the source of the performance issue, and to move the bug into the the right Bugzilla component where the fix needs to happen.
A planned task for the Performance Engineering team which has been reviewed, and internally discussed as work to be scheduled and completed. Not to be used for general Performance issues.
For bugs related to the permission manager but not the permission management. Example of appropriate bugs: permissions in the database are ignored or removing permission doesn't work. Example of inappropriate bugs: feature F should use permission P or any user interface related bugs.
For bugs in libPref, the backend library that reads, parses, and writes preferences to the user's hard disk. Unless you're a Mozilla developer, your bug probably doesn't belong in this component.
Examples of appropriate bugs: prefs.js on the mac has non-mac style line endings; Large libpref string causes dialogs to crash on Linux; or JS Error at startup reading prefs file on migrated profile.
Issues with layout and rendering a document in Print Preview mode. For problems in printed or PDF output that do not appear in Print Preview, see the Printing: Output component.
Problems printing from this product should be submitted under this component.
Integration relating to the OS printing system, including cross-platform components such as the page setup dialog.
Tracking detection and content-blocking; part of the Enhanced Tracking Protection functionality
For issues related to sanitizers - e.g. ASan, LSan, TSan, UBSan, . Feature requests for sanitizers can also be filed here.
For non-crypto security bugs. Or use this general component if you know you have a Browser security bug, but not sure what component to use. Bug will be reviewed for proper component.
- OneCRL (certificate revocation) - Intermediate certs list for AIA chasing solution (certificate whitelist and preload lists) - List of CRLs for end-entity certs - HSTS preloads - white-list of accepted intermediate certs
Caps is the capabilities-based security system for the browser. Manages principals (entities responsible for a piece of code) and the protected capabilities (the ability to perform a restricted action) that may be enabled for given principals.
For process sandboxing bugs. Generally this covers code under the security/sandbox/ source directory, but there is code elsewhere to hook the different platform process sandboxes into Gecko etc.
The TLS configuration layer between Gecko and NSS. Handles certificate discovery, verification, and revocation checking.
RLBox / WASM Sandboxing
For bugs with the spelling checker used by Mozilla-based applications. This includes the backend code, the Hunspell spell checker, and the osxspell interface to the macOS spell checker.
For missing or misspelled words in the en-US dictionary shipping as part of Mozilla desktop applications.
Request/Response storage using the service worker’s Cache API. I.e., CacheStorage exposed through self.caches.
IndexedDB implementation, exposed through self.indexedDB.
For bugs in Gecko's centralized management of storage and disk usage quota in user profiles.
StorageManager from the Storage standard, exposed through navigator.storage.
The hierarchy of classes related to managing character sequences.
Issues with the layout or rendering of SVG content and interacting with the SVG DOM.
- SVG marker can not be clipped with clip-path
- x position adjustments of SVG vertical text on a path moves in the wrong direction
For newly filed bugs that need some help finding the right place to go.
Bugs and enhancement requests relating to the Web Audio support.
Construction of display lists, hit-testing, building of Layers and painting.
This component covers the Web Speech API implementation in Gecko.
General bugs associated with WebRTC
Bugs in WebRTC audio and video capture, handling, echo cancellation, encoding, and playback
Bugs in the networking portions of WebRTC (PeerConnection dataChannels, SCTP, DTLS, SRTP, ICE, TURN, STUN, etc)
Bugs in WebRTC call-setup and re-negotiation code, in particular JSEP and SDP handling
Bugs with the WebVR functionality, including devices, graphics and integration
Cross platform widget interfaces and cross platform base implementations. Bugs that belong in this component are cross-platform problems and API issues. Bugs like this that only occur on one platform belong in the appropriate component listed below.
Mapping of cross platform widget interfaces to Mac Cocoa APIs.
Mapping of cross platform widget interfaces to GTK platform APIs (both versions). Wayland bugs belong in this component.
Mapping of cross platform widget interfaces to Win32 platform APIs.
Creation and management of top-level windows
The Extensible Binding Language, used to bind new behavior and new content to XUL and HTML elements.
For bugs in our XML handling. For example, parser errors, or errors in wellformedness error reporting.
This is the basis of our component technology; this covers the mozilla/xpcom source directory and includes the "repository". Unlikely a tester would be able to tell there was an XPCOM problem specifically.
For bugs on Mozilla's XSLT support. See the project page for tips on testcases and commonly encountered legacy problems.
For bugs in the XUL language. (XUL is an XML-based language which specifies Mozilla's user interface.)
If you're not actually writing XUL code, this is probably not the right place for your bug.
Examples of appropriate bugs: Duplicate window ID causes infinite loop; or Scrollbars disappear after loading XUL document