User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; es-ES; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041108 Firefox/1.0 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; es-ES; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041108 Firefox/1.0 The problem occurs 90% of the times i try to open the window, specially when more than one session is open. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Start firefox 1.0 2.Open http://www.nokia.es/telefonos/modelos/nokia6630/demo_id6630.jsp 3.Install de pluging 4.Reload the window ------ Or, if you already have the pluging: 1.Start firefox 1.0 2.Open http://www.nokia.es/telefonos/modelos/nokia6630/demo_id6630.jsp Actual Results: Firefox crashs and closes all the windows. Expected Results: Show an animated demo of the phone.
probably a dupe of bug 243606. Reporter if you agree, can you report back here? I've been in touch with Cycore [the maker of Cult 3d] several times & they're very helpful. They're using firefox themselves :) They've been making several updates to their installers. I'll post more in bug 243606. Note that this is WFM for me with Moz from Nov 25 under XP SP2.
From a Cycore e-mail, reporter, does this help? "Thanks for the info. We found a sort of a workaround to install the Cult3D Viewer on newer Mozilla/Firefox browsers. There is now two clicks to install the Cult3D Viewer., the first is to come to the download page, and there the user itself must actively begin the XPI installation. In the past it only required the user to click once on the download page to initiate the XPI installation. So this old install behaviour falls under the restriction newer Mozilla's has to block less serious sites use to automatically initiate XPI installation. It is slightly more complicated for the user but it works. So what you say in your e-mail is that in future releases of Mozilla, only trusted sites can install XPI's by default? Does a company like Cycore have any chance to become part of the Mozilla plug-in install white list?"
I don't think we'll have anything beyond update.mozilla.org as a default trusted site. Users should be able to pick for themselves what sites they trust.
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