when surfing to www.counter-strike.net mozilla M10 freezes up on my system. My config is as follows: Dell Precision Workstation 410 2 * P-II 400 WinNT 4.0 SP5 Diamond FireGL 1000 Pro (ick!) On board Adaptec AIC-7890/7880 (a.k.a. AHA 2940U2W) SCSI controller. Not that most of that matters, but.... I don't get a GPF, but the app definately stops responding. I tried exiting and restarting, and it still won't load the page... Here's the output from the apprunner window: Setting content window browser.startup.page = 0 startpage = about:blank Document about:blank loaded successfully Document: Done (0.219 secs) got observer service added observer Init! adding "http://cvs-mirror.mozilla.org/webtools/tinderbox/SeaMonkey/flash.rdf" to the tree http://cvs-mirror.mozilla.org/webtools/tinderbox/SeaMonkey/flash.rdf: setting po ll interval to 300sec. adding "rdf:msgnotifications" to the tree adding "rdf:xpinstall-update-notifier" to the tree run LoadDetectorsMenu() run LoadDetectorsMenu() FindShortcut: in='www.counter-strike.net' out='null' ---------- Most of the page loads, but at the same point every time it freezes.
This has partially to do with faulty HTML this site uses. It writes paragraphes directly into the <TABLE> -tags, without <TR>s or <TD>s. Somehow this slows down the browser, although if you wait REAL long, the page gets drawn eventually. But none of the </A>s get recognized, so if one Hyperlink starts, it spans to the rest of the site. I'm not sure if this is responsible for the slowdown, or if this is a seperate bug. I've created an attachment which shows this.
I don't see either of the bugs described on Linux. It doesn't seem like something that would be platform-dependent. Therefore, I'm going to mark it worksforme. However, so it goes to the right person if you reopen it, I'm going to change component to Parser and reassign *first*, then mark WORKSFORME.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
www.counter-strike.net has changed its layout since this bug was reported, so it isn't visible anymore. The attachment also works fine by now (at least on Linux and Win98). I'd say the bug is fixed.
The attachment works in M11. I'll mark it as Closed.
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