This is showing up at the top of the Mac 1.5b2 Talkback list. The Flash plugin is on the stack right before QDPlatformGlobalToLocal(). http://talkback-public.mozilla.org/reports/firefox/FF15b2/smart-analysis.mac It's also near the top of the 1.5b1 list (the two above it have been fixed:) http://talkback-public.mozilla.org/reports/firefox/FF15b1/smart-analysis.mac These crashes don't show up in alpha 2 or earlier.
We (Flash Player team) will investigate. This is a crash in the QuickDraw code. I believe the Flash Player is calling GetMouse(), and QuickDraw is doing a global to local conversion of the coordinates. Flash Player definitely might be doing something bad. From the Talkback logs, this appears to be 10.4.2 only. If you have a reproducible case of this please let me know. Thanks so much.
The bug only seemed like it only affected 10.4.2 because that was one of the few releases for which I had uploaded the QD library to the talkback server. We also had the library from a virgin 10.3.9 installation, but not the updated 10.3.9 library that came with security update 2005-008. I uploaded that library on Tuesday evening. Some of the crashes in QD.150.9.0 before then are QDPlatformGlobalToLocal, and some are bug 311399 - you can tell which based on the stacks. The same goes for crashes in QD.96.3.0: I only uploaded the library from 10.2.8, but there's apparently a significant installed base of some earlier release out there.
I crash using FF 1.5 beta 2 and Camino 1.0a1 using Flash 8.0r22 on MacOSX 10.4.2 (Mac Mini), resolution 1024x768 millions of colors Go to http://www.gamekult.com/advert01.html?goto=%2F&nopub=1 this is where I reliably crash: TB10397408Q TB10432999E TB10858210X Not sure if it helps, my about:plugins lists both Flash 8.0r22 and 7.0r24... And I've modified Flash settings to disallow third-party cookies: http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager03.html
I crashed this pretty easily upon upgrading to Flash Player 8.0r22, but I can't reproduce on demand.
This looks like the same problem as bug 311399.
I am so far unable to repro the crash. If the fix for bug 311399 doesn't resolve this issue, please let me know.
This should be fixed on the trunk now, after the latest checkin from bug 311399.
These crashes have disappeared after the good patch in bug 311399 landed. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 311399 ***