User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.4) Gecko/20030529 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.4) Gecko/20030529 In the mozilla calendar program, wenever I want to disable or enable a calendar the program simply stops responding, just like if a program is about to crash but then all the Mozilla programs crash and after about 20 seconds everything is back to normal and the action I wanted to do is done. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Start Mozilla Calendar 2. At the upper left corner of the screen go to the "Calendars" tab 3. Enable or disable any of your calendars Actual Results: All opened mozilla programs stop responding for 25 seconds. and after that it enables or disables that calendar like I wanted. Expected Results: enable or disable that calendar instantly my computer is fast: widows xp pro and 1ghz processor
Works for me with the latest release on Win XP Pro.
I don't have the service pack! Service packs ruin Windows... Makes work slower and crashes a lot. My buid is 2600.
Have you tried this with a new calendar as well? Create a new calendar ( with no events ) and disable/enable it. If that works add a simple event and try again. If that works too, attach the calendar file which causes the crash ( when enabled ) to this bug. If you run Mozilla -console you will get more info in the console window. See if there is anything useful printed out in the console at the time of the crash.
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This bug is obsolete. Mostafa or the reporter should close it if it's now reproducible. I cann't reproduce it at my win2k (700mhz) box.
This is reproducable with large ics files that have a lot of recurring events.
Mostafa, Do you have any files that exhibit this bug you can attach? Should this bug be marked as new since you can duplicate it?
If this bug is about Calendar being unstable with large calendars, then this bug should be duped against bugs which say exactly that.
I agree with Simon, if this bug is related to large .ics files, it should be marked as a duplicate of bug 198142. Reporter, have you tried the suggestion of starting with a blank Calendar and trying to reproduce this bug?
No response from reporter. The only reason this wasn't closed awhile ago was due to Mostafa's comment about large .ics files, so I'm marking it a duplicate of that bug, just as sipaq suggested. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 198142 ***
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