By mistake, I double-clicked a few times on a twisty in the bookmark's sidebar panel (I meant to double-click on the bookmark itself, but was a few pixels off). What ended up happening was that bookmarks.xul was loaded into the content area of the browser window... a few more extra double-clicks caused us to crash. This is on my Win98 box, not sure what happens on other platforms. David, any idea on this?
My guess is that the double-click event is being bubbled up from the twisty to the event handler on the <tree>. We should probably just condition the event handler to be smarter. I actually make use of the fact that I can get twisty events; e.g., in the file browser. So I consider this a "feature", not a bug.
Assignee: hyatt → slamm
Remove 'crash' keyword. This doesn't cause a crash last time I checked...
In the 2000030708 build (Win32), I was able to induce a crash 1 out of 3 times by clicking repeatedly on a twisty in the bookmarks panel in the sidebar. I have no idea what was done differently during that one test to bring about the crash. Sorry...
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
*** Bug 32277 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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