STEPS TO REPRODUCE 1. Upgrade firefox using the Check Now option. 2. While the progress bar spins, hit the [X] button on the wizard. EXPECTED RESULTS There should be no [X] button, since Cancel is disabled. ACTUAL RESULTS The download is aborted, leaving the system in God-knows what state.
Doesn't "system in God-knows what state" warrant a higher than "normal" severitiy ? ( I confrim the bug, on FF 0.10 , windows server 2003 )
A day later I rerun FF, click the red update icon in the upper right corner and FF craches ( first the "Checking for updates" dialog appears, then after a second or two the feedback dialog appears and all other FF windows disappear ).
Severity: normal → major
OS: Windows 2000 → All
I think we have this on file elsewhere. I'll try to find the dupe.
Severity: major → critical
(In reply to comment #3) > I think we have this on file elsewhere. I'll try to find the dupe. Do you mean bug 284314?
*** Bug 284314 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This may be no longer applicable. Need to retest with new update goods. Darin, can you tell us if this is all changed?
Assignee: bugs → darin
I'm designing the new update system to not support cancelation mid-stream, so I think we can mark this as fixed by the new update system. Marking INVALID since this bug is no longer applicable.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 14 years ago
Depends on: 290390
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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