User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O) Gecko/20040906 Camino/0.8+ Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O) Gecko/20040906 Camino/0.8+ Crashes when selecting Help menu->Installed Plug-Ins Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Click on Help menu 2. Select Installed Plug-Ins Actual Results: Crashed in 5 seconds Expected Results: showing the about plugin page
you're using a build that's about 10 months old (20040906). can you try this in a newer build?
No, actually I was reporting this bug by a custom build PPC7450 optimized version. However, I first discovered this bug on the Camino 0.9a1 while I was trying to verify my zh_TW translation on it. I have tested it on nightly build 20050618 as well. Including this Unofficial build, all three versions always crash.
works for me with 09a1.
I don't see this either with 2005062208 (v0.9a1+) on 10.3.9 (it takes forever to load but does't beachball or crash). Can you *attach* a crash log?
WFM, too. Yes, attach a crash log!
Created attachment 187188 [details] A crash log of the incident This is the crash log of a single crash. I have sent back 2 incidents by TalkBack Agent as well. The incident ID's are: TB6937069E and TB6937226W
I have forgotten to mention. It is generated by Camino 0.9a1.
WFM too, version 2005062008 (0.9a1) Mac OS X 10.4.1
looks like a crash starting up java. wonder if maybe he's got a weird java issue. reporter: does any java content work for you?
Summary: Always Crash when selecting Help menu->Installed Plug-Ins → Java: Always Crash when selecting Help menu->Installed Plug-Ins
The reporter is running Mac OS X 10.4.1 (Tiger). He's using a version of the Java Embedding Plugin (0.9.0) that's incompatible with Tiger. He needs to upgrade to the current version (0.9.2), which _is_ compatible. http://javaplugin.sourceforge.net/ Hooray for crash logs! :-)
Bro Steven, You are my hero. After installed JEP 0.9.2, it has been solved! Thanks a lot!
> After installed JEP 0.9.2, it has been solved! Glad to hear it, and you're most welcome. But you should expect to have to upgrade some of your software when you upgrade to a new OS version (I assume that's what you did). The Java Embedding Plugin shouldn't have trouble with a "minor version" OS upgrade (e.g. from OS X 10.4.1 to 10.4.2). But due to the fact that the JEP uses undocumented, low-level APIs, current versions are unlikely to be compatible with OS X 10.5 ... whenever that comes out (and whatever "cat" it gets named after).
Resolving INVALID as this was an issue with JEP.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Bro Steve, Sorry for the trouble I have caused. Yeah, I thought I have the latest JEP installed but obviously I have missed it. ;-P
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