From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.0rc1) Gecko/20020417 BuildID: 2002041711 RC1 crashes when you press on a link and quickly click right on a flash banner. If the menu shows before the new page is loaded, wait until the new page is loaded. The menu stays on top (even though the plugin doesn't exist anymore). Clicking anywhere in the menu will crash Mozilla. (see also TB5441145Z and TB5441439W) Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Load page with flash banner 2. Click on any link 3. Quickly right click on the flash banner 4. Wait until the page is loaded 5. Click in the menu 6. Boom! Actual Results: Mozilla crashes. Expected Results: Mozilla crashes.
expected: Mozilla crashes? - then all is ok, or? :)
Well... With a realease candidate, I guess crashes is just to be expected. I will try to check it though...
http://www.webwereld.nl works all fine for me. Tested it with 2002041903, so you might try a newer build to check if you still encounter this bug.
o.k., got finally the browser crashing, rc01, Linux BuildID 2002041711 You've got to play around with the flash-banners: right-click them and go to another link, but this is not always reproducible. When the flash-context-menu does not disappear teh page is loaded, you're on the right way ;-) Talkback-data: TB5448241Z
SAme here. crashing with Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.0rc1) Gecko/20020417 You can try any news article in www.zdnet.com to reproduce, like http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1105-887354.html
Still exists with latest build (2002041903) on Win2K. See TB5465999E.
after much clicking and jumping around from links to pages and plug-ins, I finally got this to crash, but it took a lot of effort to get it to finally get to that state. Looking at the stack trace (Incident ID 5482700), it looks as though it is the system and not the application: Stack Trace 0x05f0766c 0x0068fbac 0x05f05b9d KERNEL32.DLL + 0x363b (0xbff7363b) KERNEL32.DLL + 0x24407 (0xbff94407) 0x00688c16
Then you probably have a fast internet connection. Try it with a modem, it works almost every time for me. Although I have no knowledge of the Mozilla internals, the menu seems to be owned by the flash plugin, which would suggest that either this is a flash bug because flash doesn't destroy its resources properly or a Mozilla bug because Mozilla doesn't close the plugin properly. (A somewhat dirty hack could perhaps be sending yourself an Esc key message before creating a new DOM.)
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 87707 ***