I've been seeing some pages that generate lots of warnings like this in the console: WARNING: not supported for views, file y:\mozilla\view\src\nsScrollPortView.cpp, line 113 when moving the mouse around over the content area. http://my.netscape.com is an example of a page that can cause this warning to show up. It seems to be caused by the fact that the nsDOMEvent.cpp implementations of GetPageX() and GetPageY() use nsCOMPtr<nsIScrollableView>. Views in the view system are not refcounted at all so you'll notice throughout the product people are using raw pointers (like nsIScrollableView*) when dealing with views and just not releasing them. Should GetPageX() and GetPageY() follow suit?
No idea how important this is, can someone please take a look?
Priority: -- → P3
fixed for a while now... *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 166804 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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