TO REPRODUCE: Use Mozilla to go to ftp://ftp.netscape.com and navigate your way down to the directory for 4.72. Click on the twisty to list the contents of that directory. WHAT HAPPENS: Mozilla will display the spinning twisty forever. You can't stop it because the stop button is not enabled during FTP operations (bug 20011). EXPECTED: It should throw an error since there is no anonymous permission for this dir. BUILD: 2000012415
Jud, is this some kind of Necko weirdness?
Moving to M16.
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I am not able to reproduce the infinate twisty. if we hit a dir that we can't LS, we display an empty dir. We do need to handle permission issues. dialog throwing is probably the answer. I'm moving this to a feature request.
*** Bug 26365 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
See bug 37367. For what it's worth, i don't like this one tagged as RFE. Error-handling routines and user feedback is pretty basic stuff, as valeski writes. A shared popup could be used for cases where moz don't find a dir, file or read-access. But it definately needs to conclude such an error is found and alert user. The sooner the better ;) Fingertrouble is common and "forever spinning things" a nuisance: User has no idea whether it's a slow connection or moz is off to Neverneverland.
*** Bug 37367 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 57895 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Sorry: 57895 is dup of 18007, not of this one.
*** Bug 60017 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I dont think that this is really an RFE either.
*** Bug 64744 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This works for me with today's build. Making as such. If this still does not work for you, please reopen.
VERIFIED: WFM, allplats mozilla 095. -> ftp +testcase I'll look into the access/permission problem as well.
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