User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:35.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/35.0 SeaMonkey/2.32.1 Build ID: 20150218163047 Steps to reproduce: Since some time (4-5 releases?) I can't display anymore, in the main browser window, images attached to an (IMAP) email message. For info, I have several add-ons installed included NoScript and ADB+ (no $kype ****, though), but the problem persists even in *safe-mode* with all the display permissions (I could find) enabled. No related messages are shown in the error console. It could be a regression -- I tried to reopen this old Bug 222032 (though this happens on Linux), but have no right for that (?) 1. Open a en email with attached PNG or JPG (didn't try with other form formats) 2. Expand the "Attachments" box 3. [Double] click, or right click -> "Open", on the image file Actual results: A browser tab/window opens displaying the error message "Image <imap file address> cannot be displayed because it contains errors". Odd enough, that message is apparently rendered as text, as I can't copy/paste it 8-/ Expected results: A browser tab/window open displaying the image.
Summary: seamonkey-2.31.2 mail: image attachment "cannot be displayed because it contains errors" → seamonkey-2.32.1 mail: image attachment "cannot be displayed because it contains errors"
I'm wondering if this is related to bug 893776.
More info. With SM-2.30 on Arch Linux and same add-on set-up the problem doesn't occur.
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