From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X; en-US; rv:1.0.0) Gecko/20020801 BuildID: 2002080303 If a Unicode character is added to the name of the folder containing the Mozilla application, then the Mozilla application will not start up completely. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Append the text " 1.1" to the name of the Mozilla folder 2. Select the Unicode Hex Input keyboard layout 3. Press option+03b2 to insert the Greek lowercase beta character 4. Press return 5. Launch Mozilla Actual Results: Mozilla fails to start up completely. Only the Mozilla menubar item is shown, and a small window fragment is visible just underneath the menubar. Mozilla can be quit successfully at this point, though. Expected Results: Mozilla should have started up completely. Though the method is different, the results resemble those of bug 138827.
Adding qawanted to match Matti's DUPEME.
ruix: do we have a duplicate bug? This sounds familiar to MacOS.
It happens when the application path contain unicode characters, it might be related to bug 107181.
bad bug. estimate of efforts 7 days
Apparently WorksForMe using FizzillaMach/2003020603. I appended U03B2 to the Mozilla package name, and it launched successfully.
It's actually crashed when I rename netscape Mach-O 02-19 package name contains 03B2 on Mac 10.2.4. Not sure if it is blocked by bug 191234. I'm re-open this bug for now, will follow a crash report.
Yuying, you should probably file that as a separate bug. Also, I see possible AIM-related stuff on that stack ("nsAimSession"); does this belong on Bugscape rather than Bugzilla? Mozilla doesn't include an AIM client. If your crash happened on a Netscape build, it belongs on Bugscape instead.
You are right. Mozilla build doesn't has this problem. Reslove again as worksforme.