Build ID: 2001091821 FizzillaCFM Reproducible: always Steps to reproduce: 1) Load http://www.helsinki.fi/2) View source Actual results: Crash. Expected results: Expected to see the source.
The URL in step 1) should be http://www.helsinki.fi/ Mozilla ate the line break that was between the steps.
worksforme current linux trunk. Mac-only?
I get a reproducable crash when I execute View Source on 2001-09-28-21 on Linux. The crash happens on all URLs, but I tested it on http://www.google.com. Talkback ID: TB36039868Z
More info: it actually doesn't happen all the time. But google seams to be the safest bet. If it doesn't crash the first time you do a View Page Source, try it again. Below I will attach a backtrace.
Dupe of bug 102376?
No. Bug 102376 was caused by the chekin for bug 96364, which happened on Sept. 29. This bug was reported way before that.
change platform to All, this crashes on W2K also: just sent a talkback in. quick question: is there any info for talkback on the your HD? I'm trying to get it open but talkback only opens upon a crash.. so that I maybe able to relay TB id's if needed. What would be the correct way to get it running to view the logs.
on current build 2001093008 W2K.
View source of http://www.helsinki.fi/ and http://www.google.com/ work for me using fizilla 2001-10-02 0.9.4 branch commercial build (a.k.a. Netscape 6.2 for MacOS X) and using mozilla 2001100103 win32 build on win32. Marking W4M. Please reopen when you've got a reproducible test case running a recent build. Thanks.
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