User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040514 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040514 Any time I use the open/save dialog box, u know, the standard one that has my computer and desktop, and my documents on a toolbar on the left, it is drawn very slowly on the screen. A window apears but it take 1-2 seconds for all of it's insides to get filled. Functionality wise, its nothing, but this problem didn't exist in 1.6, I now see it in 1.7rc2, haven't tried any other 1.7s. This is a Compaq Armamda M700, p3 700mhz, 320 mb ram, ati rage mobility video card, drivers 5.00.2195.5033, I know there is something about old ATI drivers and and mozilla, but these are the latest for this video card. But I doubt it is this b/c the problem didn't exist in 1.6, only 1.7rc2. I dont know about the other versions of 1.7. This definetly should be fixed before a production version of 1.7 is released, since everyone can notice its drawing that window very slowly and its unprofessional looking and tarnishes mozilla's image. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Goto a website 2.right click on picture that is a link 3.click save target as Actual Results: The grey window apears, but feature less, especially at the bottom with the file type drop down menu, file name box, ok button, cancel button. It looks like a screen rendering on a dumb terminal, very slowly, and progressivly. Expected Results: In mozilla 1.6 this problem doesn't exist. Same computer, same everything (profile is the same, but I uninstalled 1.6 before 1.7rc2). It should apear instantly, or pause, not have a window apear, then its insides, visibly slow drawn. This is not a lack of computer power problem.
Maybe this has got something to do with bug 244582? Reporter, could you try it out and test it with the Mozilla alpha build (2004-02-19) and then with the Mozilla beta build (2004-03-16)? Thanks! (if you do it :) ) See: http://www.mozilla.org/releases/ If you can see the regression happening between these build dates, I think it would be likely it has the same cause as bug 244582.
Maybe bug 111821?
(In reply to comment #1) > Maybe this has got something to do with bug 244582? > Reporter, could you try it out and test it with the Mozilla alpha build > (2004-02-19) and then with the Mozilla beta build (2004-03-16)? Thanks! (if you > do it :) ) > See: > http://www.mozilla.org/releases/ > If you can see the regression happening between these build dates, I think it > would be likely it has the same cause as bug 244582. 1.7a doesn't have it, 1.7b has it, 1.6 doesn't have it as bad as 1.7b but still has it, 1.7rc2 has it as bad as 1.7b.
i say dupe of bug 111821. it was a problem (circa early Phoenix builds up to Firebird ~0.6) which went away at some point, but has recently regressed.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 111821 ***