BuildID: 2000060420 When logging in to slashdot.org, and logging in, Mozilla offers to save the username and password for the site. However, the dialog that it presents looks like this: Confirm Do you want to remember your user name and password? Stored values are not password protected. [OK <-|] [Never for this site] [Cancel] The appropriate button values should be: [Yes] [Never for this site] [No] It could be argued that [OK] is permissible, but [Cancel] is right out here. Hitting [Cancel] in any context should cancel the entire action (meaning bringing you back to the home page without even _using_ the password). Steps to Reproduce: 1. Visit http://slashdot.org/ (or, I imagine, other similar sites.) 2. Log in with a registered nickname/password. 3. Behold the dialog box. :-)
This is definitely a regression -- the buttons had always said yes/no/never. I'll investigate immediately.
Problem was caused by changes made over the week-end to commonDialogs.js for "code cleanup". I have a fix in hand.
Fix checked in.
verif using opt comm bits on all/all 2000.06.07.08/10.