Terrible title, plz fix. STR) 1) Open about:home 2) Open Devtools > Style Editor 3) Click back and forth between the two styles Expected: Nothing fancy, just show me the styles for each stylesheet Actual: When you click back to the first one you showed, you get a cool split view that keeps growing... see attached gif.
I'm not seeing this in an fx-team build on OSX or a nightly on Windows. Do you see any errors in the Browser Console when this happens?
Oh right, forgot about the browser console. TypeError: cm.getInputField(...).controllers is undefined editor.js:407:7 TypeError: this.controller is undefined PVB__rebuildPopup() browserPlacesViews.js:263 PVB_invalidateContainer() browserPlacesViews.js:741 PVB_containerStateChanged() browserPlacesViews.js:676 PlacesViewBase.prototype.result() browserPlacesViews.js:89 PlacesViewBase.prototype.place() browserPlacesViews.js:61 PlacesViewBase() browserPlacesViews.js:14 PlacesMenu() browserPlacesViews.js:1785 onpopupshowing() browser.xul:1 browserPlacesViews.js:263:1 Error: Custom SelectorHighlighterhighlighter cannot be created in a XUL window protocol.js:907 TypeError: cm.getInputField(...).controllers is undefined editor.js:407:7 Each hop between stylesheets gets me a new `TypeError: cm.getInputField(...).controllers is undefined` (I'm running the OSX 46.0a1 (2016-01-15) Nightly build, fwiw.)
That's a new one to me. Just curious: 1) Do you hit the error with a clean profile? 2) Do you hit the error on any web-facing pages or just about:home
1) Nope, doesn't reproduce with a clean profile. Maybe close as WFM? 2) Yeah, all pages web or about: pages.
(In reply to Mike Taylor [:miketaylr] from comment #5) > 1) Nope, doesn't reproduce with a clean profile. Maybe close as WFM? > 2) Yeah, all pages web or about: pages. Going to close as WFM but please reopen if you see it again or figure out what profile change causes this issue.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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