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 ).
I think we have this on file elsewhere. I'll try to find the dupe.
(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This may be no longer applicable.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?
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 Marking INVALID since this bug is no longer applicable.