NT4/sp6a/jdk1.3rc1, nightly build 2000012812 Selecting the link "Improve your programming techniques: Coding for readability and maintainability" from the msdn.microsoft.com page results in a crash.
I don't see this (same build, NT4 SP6) but I don't have the jdk (I see a grey box where the applet would be). Therefore I think it is a Java problem. t.r.tiekes: do you have crashes on other Java sites? If so, it is probably worth marking one of the Java components...
I agree. It's likely the MSDN library applet (the "TreeView" index).
Confirmed, both normal applets, and 1.2 plugin applets do not work, crash in both cases. There seem to be some diffrent M13 plugin/java bugs. Is there a page/document with some instructions to get Java working?
email@example.com : see http://www.mozilla.org/oji for info on java. (By the way, I pinged the author of that page today to ask him to update that info if it has changed in the past 1.5 months). Also read the release notes for additional details on java.
Assigning all open "firstname.lastname@example.org" bugs to "email@example.com" to weed thru.
Seems to be a dupe of "the" java 1.3 problem with builds after M12. Marking as one. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 25166 ***
Is 25166 the correct number? I believe that one has nothing to do with java 1.3
KaiRo@StarTrekMail.com : where did you really intend to mark this bug as a duplicate. (bug #25166 is about RDF memory leaks).
[Adding KaiRo to CC: list] KaiRo@StarTrekMail.com : where did you really intend to mark this bug as a duplicate. (bug #25166 is about RDF memory leaks).
Sorry, false bug number. That was a Typo.
Now it's the right bug# for the dupe. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 25156 ***
Marking Verified as a dup.