I am subscribed to some newsgroups at a private server. Recently some groups were removed. The next time I started Mozilla (1.2 alpha), I got a few dialog windows asking whether to remove group A, group C, group E, group G, and so on. Groups B, D, F, and H were also removed, but I got no questions about them. There appears to be a bug in that when I remove group A, all the remaining groups are moved to lower indices in some list or array, but the loop index is still increased. So group B is where group A used to be, and is not checked -- Mozilla goes on to check group C. It is removed, D is put in its place, and E is checked, and so on. After this procedure I have the groups B, D, F, H, and so on. If I double-click the news server in the side bar (to collapse it) and double-click it again (to expand it), I get the same question about group B and F, and so on. This has happened on Red Hat Linux 7.3 / Mozilla 1.2 alpha and on Windows 2000 / Mozilla (unknown version -- either 1.1 or 1.2 alpha). Sorry about the bad summary, but I can't come up with a short way of describing this.
Reporter: Is this still a problem with a current Mozilla build?
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