From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i586; en-US; rv:0.9.9) Gecko/20020314 BuildID: 0.9.9 The Page takes a time to load and if Mozilla Browser did not crash meanwhile, there is nothing to see but a bar at the to and one at the bottom. There is no Problem in any other Browser Ive tested. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.load http://www.koreamod.com Actual Results: Maybe the Browser crashes while loading or the things written above happen. Expected Results: Show the page as any other of course :D
WFm. Build 2002041203 - WinXP.
Confirm this on linux latest nightly. I tested this some hours ago, but I remember that according to error messages it is somehow connected to Gdk or Gtk. If you can't reproduce it, just ask me again! It might be somehow connected with this patch of Bug 129591.
no crash with linux build 20020413. the page has a flash embedded animation. could you try removing the flash plugin and see if you still crash? the blank part is an iframe that points to detail.php. detail.php renders fine by itself, but does not seem to render at all within the iframe. could you try just loading the inner page and see if it crashes (it actually contains the flash)? http://www.koreamod.com/detail.php
http://www.koreamod.com/detail.php works fine with the flash included. Seems to have something todo with the iframe. The detail.php loads fast and without any crashes.
what if you remove your flash plugin and load the original page? please also try a nightly build.
Reporter: Can you give us a talkback ID from that crash ?
i dont think, i have any talkback functions installed, tell me howto to if i am wrong :) The flashplugin works well, so i dont have to remove it. I will get a nightly build, when ive got some more bandwidth :P
you can get a talkback enabled build from http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/nightly/latest-trunk/mozilla-i686-pc-linux-gnu-sea.tar.gz it should pop up a window when you crash, and then after you have sent it, run (mozilla_dir)/components/talkback/talkback to grab the talkback ID and post it here. RPM builds do not have talkback included. I suggested that you remove the flash plugin to verify (or disprove) that it was causing the crash. It might be working fine on other pages, but causing a crash on this one.
-> wfm (no talkback) Please reopen if you see this with mozila 1.0