From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; WinNT4.0; en-US; m17) Gecko/20000727 BuildID: 2000072708 I have a skin with differing XBL that crashes mozilla after switching themes. The file skins/GreenNBlack/communicator/skin/menubuttonBindings.xml is redefined for this skin to reflect a different layout of the drop-down back menubutton. If this file is left the same then no crash will take place. (I tested by changing just this file and reinstalling the skin. I can change themes without crash if it is set to the default.) Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. click URL to download and install skin greennblack 2. open prefs and switch skins to greennblack 3. browse a web page also happens going the other way: 1. open prefs and switch skins to modern from greennblack 2. browse to a web page Actual Results: mozilla crashes. Expected Results: No crash, mozilla switches skins and continues to operate like a modern <--> classic theme switch. There is no crash on a modern <--> classic theme switch with or without this skin installed. Changing from one to the other operates just fine for me.
Unfortunately my proxy prevents me from sending talkback, but I can get a Dr. Watson log on it: The application, mozilla.dbg, generated an application error The error occurred on 7/27/2000 @ 15:17: 7. 65 The exception generated was c0000005 at address 016168b4 (NS_NewGalleyContext) Will post as attachment to avoid spam. updating crash keyword
Hmm, it seems fixed with M18 2000072708 Win98.
does not occur on 2000073009 linux.
This is an issue with Skinability not with one of the Themes, sending...
Assignee: hangas → ben
Component: Themes → Skinability
QA Contact: paw → BlakeR1234
firstname.lastname@example.org - can we close this bug, or are there outstanding issues? Gerv
I no longer see this behavior marking WFM BuildID 2000081704 WinNT
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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