Using linux CVS from 080913, I get the following error message several (3) times whenever I click on a (gfx) scrollbar: Possible DOM Error: .name, .nodeName or .tagName requested on a namespace element/attribute with the qulaified name 'xul:spring', is this OK? 'qulaified' should probably read 'qualified'. Ideally, this error should go away.
I have a two-line patch to fix the output of these messages (both for when using the scrollbars (actually when starting a drag), and for middle mouse on the scrollbar). I'll attach it in a moment. They both occur when the event starts in XBL content that is 'xul:' namespaced (i.e., the xul:thumb, xul:slider, and xul:spring of scrollbar) (I think the spelling error can stay; that warning is going away completely someday I believe.)
Created attachment 12662 [details] [diff] [review] patch; use .localName, not .nodeName, as nodes may be from XBL/XUL
jst -- the patch clears up the warnings (and does the right thing). I ran this on mac/linux/win32 (the last two with current builds) and checked scrolling and D&D, plus pre-checkin tests. Since I have no CVS account, would you check this in (if review of the two-line change looks good :-]).
Adding keyword "review".
it's been a bit, what's the status for this? firstname.lastname@example.org, can you check this in? Or has this been checked already?
jst checked this in last night. Marking FIXED. Thanks jst.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Yup, this was fixed, the error message is all gone now and I also checked in the attached patch some time back. Thanks for the patch and sorry for forgetting to update this bug.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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