Go to the URL and for any of the items listed, click on the "magnifying glass". A new window is created, which soon disappears, and then typically the entire browser crashes (sometimes, the browser does _not_ crash, but try it a few times).
wfm with win2k build 20011011.. Reporter: Please include in all bug reports the build ID ! Can you use a talkback enabled build and poste the talkback ID of that crash ?
bug confirmed with build 2001101221 linux
wfm using build 2001101203 on Win2k. The popup windows does not disappear for me.
...sorry. Build ID is 2001101202 on linux.
-> Dom0 and confirming based on the comments
I do not crash on WinNT, only on Linux. Will attach stack trace.
Comment on attachment 53497 [details] Linux stack trace of crash Wrong attachment; sorry
Based on the stack trace, I would like to send this to Embedding:Docshell for further analysis -
-> 0.9.7 Never found that previous JS problem.
I'm using mozilla 1.0 on linux. I point the browser to url logosol.com. Website asks me to get java plugin. I installed sun's jre/java plugin. Now when I point mozilla to logosol.com the browser crashes. If I remove libjavaplugin_oji140.so from /usr/local/mozilla/plugins and restart mozilla I can once again go to site logosol.com without browser crashing.
I think that on Linux it is essential in /usr/local/mozilla/plugins to have a SYMLINK to libjavaplugin_oji140.so, not the file itself - See http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=133795#c51
Changing target milestone to 'Future' since 'mozilla1.0.1' came and went already.
This is a rather old bug. Reporter (Rob Lowrie), does this problem exist with a newer build?