User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.4b) Gecko/20030522 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.4b) Gecko/20030522 When I click on the "Print this Page" link, Mozilla stops responding, and my system freezes; I have run the error several times and find it difficult if not impossible to use task manager to close Mozilla. Usually just have to power down. A Geoshell status monitor I use shows 100% usage of the CPU after the error occurs. I think the link starts a Java script. Sorry if this has already been reported. I looked over the list but am not adept enough to recognize which of the reported bugs might correspond to the problem I've encountered. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.go to url listed 2. click on print this page 3. Actual Results: Mozilla stops responding; system freezes Expected Results: print the page I use Geoshell as my shell. Otherwise, standard XP configuration.
wfm with win2k build 20030526..
happens for me too 2003052508 on Win2k, Print Preview.
Confirming bug, 2003-11-10-05 trunk Linux. I get a crash.
Attempted to reproduce on linux using cvs build 20031230, but wfm. Can anyone reproduce this with a recent copy of mozilla? If it crashes, could you supply a stack trace?
This bug worksforme with Windows Seamonkey builds 2004020909
I am using ff 22.0. I have just performed a scan using my wifi-enabled hp officejet 8500 pro wireless. and adobe acrobat 9 pro. I have version 14.301.0 printer software installed, if that makes any difference. it is possible the software has somehow disconnected itself from the printer network-wise. then I printed some receipts from grc.com. then I think my mother did some copies on the printer using the copy button. this is usually not a problem. then I printed this page http://www.fact-reviews.com/info/Spinrite.aspx after rebooting. but every time I do, it ff hangs and the cancel button is grayed out. I can try it again after I finish this post. it is possible the printer software has gotten into a strange state. I power-cycled the printer also, this usually allows it to reconnect. but I suspect from about 6 other similar bug reports that this is an ff bug of some sort maybe. I don't know if it's some weird state my prrinter is in, or what, but I doubt that since I had just rebooted, and my printer has been working fine. my wifi analyzer shows that nobody else is on my channel, so it's not a channel conflict. so it looks to me like it's either a new 22.0 bug, so it looks like a problem with this particular web page causing an ff print hang. you may want to analyze this page to see what's on it that is causing the problem. my platform is: win7ult64 ff22.0 i7-3970x 64GiB RAM 2x4TB hd's, 1xSSD which is not being used.