From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.8) Gecko/20020202 BuildID: 2002020210 I received this message, and when I try to open the folder with this message, mozilla freezes. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. copy the message in a folder or receive it 2. open the folder Actual Results: mozilla freezes Expected Results: mozilla opens the folder and does what it must do
just tried linux 0.9.9 and linux trunk 2002041817 and no freeze can you reproduce this problem with a recent nightly ( or even 0.9.9 ) ?
reporter, does this still happen with a current build ?
I notice a partial UI freeze when reading some HTML mail off an IMAP server. My boss uses Outlook (heh) to send mail, and reading the email in the Viewer pane in MailNews causes the UI to stop refreshing. I just checked then, and when I view the message, the CPU usage is pegged at 100%. The menu and toolbars are still responsive to mouseovers/clicks, and when I click on a menu item, the menu displays. However, clicking away to close the menu causes it to still remain within the folder pane and message list pane. The toolbar etc are redrawn correctly. If I alt-tab away and then back to MailNews, CPU usage drops, and whatever the previous windows contents were are displayed in these two panes. The mail mesasge in the Viewer pane paints correctly. I can still click within the non-refreshed panes and have the response work as expected (even though I can't see what I'm clicking). ie. a new message or folder selected. When a new selection is made by clicking in the non-refreshed panes, the two panes refresh and all returns to normal. Returning to the message shows the same symptoms. I can provide either a copy of the message (it's repeatable with all messages using the same Outlook stationary -- unfortunately its the one my boss uses!) and/or an IMAP test account to assist with testing. This is on WindowsXP, 2002-07-14-04 build (but has been present for some while now).
marking WFM per comment #2 and no reply from reporter in 7 months. Antony, you are experiencing bug 98626.