From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.0rc1) Gecko/20020417 BuildID: 2002041711 When Mozilla crashes, the talkback wizard starts. ("Netscape Quality Feedback Agent - Step 1 of 3"). The text says: ... "Click next to continue. If you do not want to run the agent right now, click Cancel." ... ^^^^^^^^^^^^ The "Cancel" button referred to in the text does not exist. Also, the window does not have a close button. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Crash Mozilla Actual Results: The talkback window says "... click Cancel", but it does not have a "Cancel" button. There is also no close button. Expected Results: There should definately be a "Cancel" button. It would be nice if there was a close button, too. Additional Information: I *assume* that the "Netscape Quality Feedback Agent - Step 1 of 3" wizard has been installed by Mozilla. I have also installed Netscape 6 and 6.2 - both of these were installed *before* I installed Mozilla 1.0 RC1. Workaround: Go through the wizard. Step 1 and step 2 merely show information. At step 3, choose "Turn agent off" and click "Finish".
Created attachment 82385 [details] Screenshot of talkback wizard Adding a screenshot of the talkback wizard.
We shouldn't have a cancel button there. If you don't want Talkback installed at all, then either (1) don't download a Talkback build, or (2) Disable Talkback (at the step after the one in the screenshot. If you want to send some Talkback incidents and not others, you have that option as well. I don''t see what the problem is here.
> We shouldn't have a cancel button there. Then the dialog box text needs fixing. From the original report: : The text says: ... "Click next to continue. If you do not : want to run the agent right now, click Cancel." ... I haven't managed to get Mozilla 1.2.1 to crash (thanks everyone!), so I don't know if this is still a problem.
I just tested a crash with bug 121533. Talkback comes up, and it has a feedback agent in build 2003013104 (pre-Mozilla 1.3 beta). Reporter, can you download and install the latest nightly build and try this problem again? Alternatively, wait for Mozilla 1.3 beta to be released. Do you still see the problem?
andrew: this bug is merely complaining about an inconsistency in the dialog. it's right (confirming). I'll attach an rc file containing the three dialogs which the user gets.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
could someone please look into making this change?
Assignee: namachi → jrgm
QA Contact: chofmann → namachi
we have a build where this is fixed (on win32; need to check osx/linux).
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla1.4alpha
talkback.xpi from the 1.7a directory does have a Cancel button, so this bug is fixed, right?
No, this bug is about the talkback program itself. See the attached screenshot and the original problem description
Created attachment 142992 [details] "Cancel" button is there now. Daniel Veditz: I know what this bug is about. Sorry if my comment was not clear enough, what I wanted to say is that the "Netscape Quality Feedback Agent - Step 1 of 3" dialog window does have a "Cancel" button now. Mentioning the xpi only should make clear that I did *not* use the installer (that includes talkback), but the zip file (not having talkback for whatever reasons), and installed talkback.xpi afterwards. While I don't think this makes a difference wrt the "Cancel" button I still wanted to mention it. BTW: yes, this button is in all three pages of the Wizard and works at least in the first one.
*** Bug 350413 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Component: Talkback Client → Talkback Client
Product: Core → Core Graveyard
Comment on attachment 116853 [details] [diff] [review] remove the line I know it's only been 8 years, but I just don't think you're going to get review on this.
"worksforme" based on the second screenshot, but we're no longer using talkback anyway.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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