User-Agent: Build Identifier: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mozilla/releases/mozilla1.6/mozilla-mac-MachO-1.6.dmg.gz I was checking my daily sites and had just gotten to the IMDB daily news (though I don't think it's related to that specific page), when Mozilla "unexpectedly quit". When I tried to restart it, it gives me the dialogue about "This document cannot be displayed while offline", and I can't open any browser windows. The "Work Offline" is not checked. I rebooted the Mac, to no avail. I didn't see any log files in the Applications/Mozilla Folder directory. Win2K Mozilla 1.6 views the imdb page fine. Reproducible: Didn't try Steps to Reproduce: 1.Can't get mozilla restarted to try to reproduce it. 2. 3.
I forgot to add that this sounds similar to bug 193308, except restarting Mozilla does *NOT* fix it...
Please check the following preferences: "offline.startup_state" 0 = remember last state, 1 = ask me, 2 == online, 3 == offline "network.online" true/false
There was no "offline.startup_state" in prefs.js, but network.online was set to false. I changed it to "true" and that fixed the problem. Thanks! I would say mark Resolved, except there's still the question of why the browser crashed, and how it managed to change the online state when it did...
I don't know why that would happen, but I've seen something like that myself.
still see this?
(In reply to comment #6) > still see this? This is a MacOsX bug, I don't remember ever seeing the same on Linux.
I haven't been using seamonkey for quite a file, switched back to firefox; I probably should try it again since firefox 3 refuses to honor the "open new pages in a new window" setting. but that's another issue... I would consider it closed
Resolving WFM according to comment #8. REOPEN if seen in a current build (and paste its user-agent string, as seen after "Build ID" at the bottom of the about: page).