User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; rv:1.7.3) Gecko/20040913 Firefox/0.10 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; rv:1.7.3) Gecko/20040913 Firefox/0.10 We had a bug in our web-based application (which we have since fixed) which revealed an interesting behavior of Firefox when images show up with this syntax: cid:xxxxxx The external application window pops up trying to launch an app for "cid" and, regardless of what we select (find or cancel), Firefox crashes. Hard. Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: 1. Create a file with <img src="cid:something"/> somewhere in the file 2. Navigate to it in Firefox 3. Select something 4. Watch it crash (sometimes requires visiting the page multiple times) Actual Results: Crash Expected Results: Nothing/ignored the tag
can you please post a talkback incident id and attach a testcase? and explain why you think this has anything to do with the plugin finder.
Sorry.. had it miscategorized. This was trying to launch an external application. Trying to reproduce again to get a Talkback incident ID (don't know how to retrieve existing ones).
Component: Plugin Finder Service → OS Integration
there should be a talkback.exe in the components directory, you can run it at any time.
Cool. Then, the most recent talkback incident ID is: TB1291091Q
Created attachment 162021 [details] Sample test file This file is of course never meant to be used in a regular web browser, but it showed up on an internal web site before we had it corrected.
FastFind Talkback Incident ID Talkback Reports Mozilla Reports Mozilla Firefox Reports Firefox Thunderbird Reports Thunderbird Camino Reports Camino QuickSearch Search By: Stack Signature Comments URL Customize your search: Vendor: Product: Platform: Build: Start Date: End Date: (mm/dd/yyyy) (hh:mm:ss) (mm/dd/yyyy) (hh:mm:ss) Incident ID: 1291091 Stack Signature BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x2dcbf3 (0x006dcbf3) 9d2c7c9f Product ID Firefox10 Build ID 2004091322 Trigger Time 2004-10-13 15:40:59.0 Platform Win32 Operating System Windows NT 5.1 build 2600 Module BackstopBrowser.exe + (002dcbf3) URL visited User Comments Since Last Crash 50795 sec Total Uptime 544399 sec Trigger Reason Access violation Source File, Line No. N/A Stack Trace BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x2dcbf3 (0x006dcbf3) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x2832fd (0x006832fd) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x27298a (0x0067298a) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x272859 (0x00672859) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x18a22f (0x0058a22f) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x22e009 (0x0062e009) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x23464f (0x0063464f) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x184802 (0x00584802) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x1e13c7 (0x005e13c7) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x1dde32 (0x005dde32) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x1ddb77 (0x005ddb77) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x1dd50b (0x005dd50b) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x1de64c (0x005de64c) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x1e1a86 (0x005e1a86) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x109e22 (0x00509e22) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x10bfb0 (0x0050bfb0) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x10a382 (0x0050a382) USER32.dll + 0x8709 (0x77d48709) USER32.dll + 0x87eb (0x77d487eb) USER32.dll + 0xb368 (0x77d4b368) USER32.dll + 0xb3b4 (0x77d4b3b4) ntdll.dll + 0xeae3 (0x7c90eae3) USER32.dll + 0x89e8 (0x77d489e8) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x111c7c (0x00511c7c) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x3887ee (0x007887ee) BackstopBrowser.exe + 0x1012 (0x00401012) kernel32.dll + 0x16d4f (0x7c816d4f) I hate to ask, but what is BackstopBrowser?
This sounds very much the same as bug 241300.
Haha.. we just renamed the executable so customers don't get confused.. it's a re-branded version of Firefox
unfortunately that confuses talkback, please rename it back before crashing :)
Can you please retest with a nightly branch build? ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-0.9/
No crash on nightly build that I can find. Since this was intermittent, I can't call it conclusive. It still pops up the little dialog, and also every so often goes into an infinite loop (that I can break out of easily by pressing 'stop' or browsing somewhere else) when I try refreshing the test page, but I would call this less than critical since it is indeed intermittent.
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