If you have a password set and try to go to the Wallet Contents views, the OK button is visible, but clicking on it doesn't do anything, and the browser is essentially hung since it is a modal dialogue. To reproduce 1. Launch apprunner and capture a form. Make sure to set a not blank password. 2. Shutdown and re-launch. 3. Goto Edit - Wallet - Wallet Contents 4. Enter password and press OK. Results: Clicking on OK does nothing, and you can't dismiss the window. This happens on Linux and Windows builds, 10/4. This same symptom occurs when you try to do a safe form fill and the password dialogue is brought up. Single signon doesn't have this problem.
This happens in M10 builds, linux and windows. If you have a password set, you can not view Wallet Contents or use Autofill. This got broken sometime between the time we branched M10 and Friday night.
Do you think this is related to bug 15461? I can't even get started enough to initially set a password because of that bug. Are you able to click OK in the set-password dialog?
Actually, I've found that if I use a single-signon page to set my password, then I can do it successfully. If I use a capture form page to initially set my password, then no luck. Strange... But that goes with the current state of the builds, single-signon is OK, Wallet is not Ok.
How about trying to repeatedly click on OK very rapidly when you get the wallet-contents dialog. Does it dismiss then? I just tried it, and that is what I observed. At first it appeared as though OK was doing nothing and I couldn't dismiss the window. But after enough mouseclicks the window did dismiss. If you observe that as well, then this is a dup of 15461. Let me know.
paulmac, can you try this on all platforms with lastest M10. If it works as morse describes, we can release note.
If it works as I described on M10, then we have a bigger problem than just wallet. In my tree it is doing the same thing for preferences also. See bug 15461.
Steve, I see the same behaviour you describe, marking this as a duplicate of 15461. The fast click trick doesn't seem to work on Linux, however, so a simple release note would not suffice. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 15461 ***