User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.5b) Gecko/20030818 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.5b) Gecko/20030818 In Digital Credit Union (DCU's) online banking, checked which have cleared are listed with an active link... if you click on that link a scanned PDF of the cancelled check is suppose to load. In version 1.4 of Mozilla for Mac OS X (as well as Safari and IE) this works properly, but in today's 1.5beta build, a separate window opens and a download progress box starts... then the following error is displayed: /Users/robin/Desktop/ImageRequestor-1.cgi could not be opened, because an unknown error occurred. Sorr about that. Try saving to disk first and then opening the file. sorry i can't provide an actual link, but then i would have to give you access to my bank account, and even my ex-wife doesn't have that! (grin) cheers! Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. 2. 3.
Reporter, If you save the PDF to your local disk with a borwser that still works does the PDF behave well/is it open-able when dragged from the disk into todays build? Also, have you had problems with PDF dovuments elsewhere? [ for example this PDF: http://placenamehere.com/Mozilla/mail_filters_window.pdf ]
If I use Mozilla 1.4, a file is created on the desktop which is named "ImageRequestor.cgi", and then my local copy of Acrobat Reader opens automatically and the PDF is displayed. If I take the Image Requestor.cgi file downloaded by Mozilla 1.4 and try to drag it into today's 1.5b build, i get the same error message noted above. However, if I rename the file from "ImageRequestor.cgi" to "check.pdf", and then drag it into today's 1.5b build window, it properly launches Acrobat Reader (just as 1.4 did)... in addition, if i load a URL which points directly to a PDF file (such as the example provided by Chris), it too loads correctly in today's 1.5b build... i'm completely non-technical, but the problem seems to be with the way the current build is handling the .cgi redirection (which the 1.4 build handled properly)... hope this additional information helps!
just an update... this bug continues in the general 1.5beta build released today for the Mac.
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