cvs checkout at 28.05.2000, 13:12:04 UTC Platform: Linux 2.2.14 (Debian woody) Configure options: --disable-debug --enable-optimize To reproduce: 1. Start Mozilla 2. Click on a menu (like File, Edit, Search, View, ...) 3. Browser crashes with segmentation fault another way: 2. Type Alt-L to get the "open web location" dialog 3. click on the "Current Navigator" menu (which is "Current Naviga..." actually) 4. Browser crashes with segmentation fault
You're using the native scrollbars, right? [You can check to see if you have user_pref("nglayout.widget.gfxscrollbars", false) in your prefs.js of your profile] If so, then this is bug #40045. Please reopen if I'm wrong. Thanks. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 40045 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
You're right. It was also my home-build optimized/non-debug Mozilla, and I have that line in my prefs.js file. But anyways, after a checkout and rebuild yesterday I don't get that crash anymore.
Thanks for following up, and especially for noting that this seems to have been automagically fixed -- I don't crash when using native scrollbars on either win95 or linux rh6.1 [using 060609 win32 and a tip build on linux from last night. ]
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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