User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.2) Gecko/20040803 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.2) Gecko/20040803 My browser reproducibly crashes (tried 5 times) on the http://irc-galleria.net/ website. I was using Mozilla 1.7 when the bug occured, updated it to 1.7.2 and the bug still remains with same results. I'm using Windows XP SP2. I have also tried restarting which doesn't help. I haven't tried nightly builds. The bug doesn't exist on Firebird (various versions), on IE (6), or on system with Mozilla older than 1.7 and no XP SP2. This is a bit problematic bug to verify because you have to register to the website to be able to reproduce this. However, if you use IRC, you're entitled to do so. You also can lie. :) Reproduction process: 1. Log in under "Kirjautuminen" in the top left corner. 2. Search (nick) under "Haku" in the top right corner. Try "foo" for example. 3. Press brower's back button. 4. While loading the main page again the browser crashes. Noticed things: This doesn't work if you're not logged in. You have to use search. I'm unsure if the search has to be successfull or does it happen when there are multiple search results. You also have to search - otherwise returning to the main page causes no problems. P.S. I really am sorry if this bug has already been reported. This isn't easy case to be searched from the bug database. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: From the above: 1. Log in under "Kirjautuminen" in the top left corner. 2. Search (nick) under "Haku" in the top right corner. Try "foo" for example. 3. Press brower's back button. Actual Results: From the above: 4. While loading the main page again the browser crashes. Expected Results: The browser should have loaded the main page properly.
can you provide a talkback ID from the crash?
I definitely would like to, but where do you find one? If you need registration instructions to the site, please drop me an email.
This is probably a dup of one of the following Mozilla bugs: http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=103975 http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=255933 http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=87842
> I definitely would like to, but where do you find one? Assuming you submitted the talkback report, just run components\talkback.exe and you can read off the incident number.
Talkback ID is TB779972Z
Unfortunately that doesn't show symbols.... See http://talkback-public.mozilla.org/talkback/fastfind.jsp?search=2&type=iid&id=TB779972Z
Another talkback id: TB806945H. My connention to the talkback-public.mozilla.org is being refused so I can't verify it. :/ But this can be interesting information. It seems that the browser doesn't seem crash if my network is lagging. This could mean that the bug is somehow related to the ability to handle large amounts of data quickly. Another clue is, that it can be related to loading images, and perhaps also quickly comparing them to images in cache. This is what I suppose because the images of the page I'm trying to load didn't load when it was lagging - or they loaded very slowly. Of course it's possible that it's my entire system which is being buggy, but I doubt it because I updated my browser as I told in the previous messages.
Mikko Häkkinen: Are you still able to reproduce this bug with Mozilla Suite 1.7.6 or actual nightbuild?
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