User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 2.0.40607) Build Identifier: Whenever you brouse on Mozilla using tabs or mutiple windows, Mozilla mess up with the file servers and almost always get "404" errors. For example, when I am browsing "http://gmail.google.com" and try to browse any other page on any other browser window or tab. For example, "http://www.pdj.com.br/forum/login.php" (This page is in Brazillian Portuguese), Mozilla comes up with a Google custom error page saying that "forum/login.php" was not found on this server. Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: 1.Open an webpage on one tab. 2.Open any other webpage outside the server of the first tab. 3.Very rarely you will not get the described results. Actual Results: Mozill messed up with servers and looked for the second's server file on the first one. Expected Results: The software should have opened each page without trouble, even when using 100 tabs. I was using the Modern Theme.
Which version of Mozilla do you use? Do you have any extensions installed?
I use Mozilla 1.7.6 on a brand new setup.
Cannot reproduce. For me, everything works as expected.
It happens with me also when I use Firefox even unthemed. I am using Windows XP without Service Packs, and I am at school. It also happens sometimes even without tabbed browsing. I think it is a bug with Mozilla's searching system, where I use Google.
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Last Resolved: 13 years ago
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