From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; AIX 000C529D4C00; en-US; rv:0.9.9) Gecko/20020313 BuildID: 2002031407 If I load an html page as a "file://" URL, which contains an image reference to an image that is on a server requiring authentication, and I have not already authenticated to that server, the image does not display. Netscape 4.7 asks for authentication when the page is loaded. If the page is on the server, Mozilla authenticates correctly. If I am already authenticated to that server in this session, the image is displayed fine. I only have Mozilla on AIX, but this does not seem to be a platform-specific problem. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. create a page with a reference to an image on a server, requring authentication. 2. in a Mozilla session that is NOT authenticated to the server, load that page as a "file://" URL 3. image is not displayed Actual Results: image not loaded Expected Results: ask for userid & password, load the image
Um, no. This is HTTP netrworking. The problem is that I think we do BasicAuth on images via the loadgroup and that somehow breaks here....
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wfm with Seamonkey trunk on win7 I moved the file http://matti.no-ip.org/test.html to the local file system and loaded it. I got a basic auth window and the image laoded after entering the login data