Mozilla 098 (running necko functional tests) STEPS: Configure manual proxy for working SOCKS 5 server. Connect to URL w/ wrong port (e.g. port 81) that is non responsive. OBSERVED BEHAVIOR: You do not receive an error message. The trobber runs briefly then stops. EXPECTED BEHAVIOR: With a direct connection, you receive a "Connection refused" error.
confirmed Win98 and Linux
Keywords: helpwanted, pp
OS: Windows 98 → All
Hardware: PC → All
Temporarily "futuring" all PAC&SOCKS bugs to clear new-networking queue. I will review later. (I promise) If you object, and can make a case for a mozilla 1.0 fix, please reset milestone to "--" or email me.
Target Milestone: --- → Future
Build 2002041711. Mac OS9.1 The "Connection Refused" dialog box comes up, but in an annoying way. (For example, I've opted OUT of the 'Doublclick' ads. When I visit 'rollingstone.com', the "conection refused from ad.doublclick.com" appears twice while the page loads. Both dialogs require a positive response before Mozilla proceeds. Better would be Apple's built in error message facillity (the yellow boxes used for non-critical errors), or something likeInternet Explorer-- Logging the non-critical but interesting errors to a log file.. In the case of ad.doubleclick.com I'd much rather just have the page loadd wtith a blank placeholding box filled with an X. (This is IE's default for this error.)
Dale: Are you using socks?
Bulk change to priority: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1399258
Priority: -- → P5
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