Assignee: rogerl → joki
QA Contact: pschwartau → lorca
We'll need to have a reproducible example to analyze the bug; preferably a reduced testcase that you attach here (see "Create a new attachment" above) Also, please indicate what build date you are using - thanks In the meantime, from the description, I am reassigning to Event Handling, as this is not a JS Engine issue -
I am trying to use the "Create a new attachment" link on the Bugzilla page. Every time I enter the file name and a description, Bugzilla complains that I need to provide a description. This is whether or not I have any text in the description field. If your attachment link doesn't work, then how can I actually submit the attachment?
Mozilla Build ID: 2000101611, FreeBSD port of M18 from mozilla.org download.
Joe-any way you could a) let us know what site it is (even with no password?) or b) copy/paste the code that is creating the problem? Right now it seems a little hard to reproduce the problem since I can't seem to put my finger on the issue here. If you are having trouble submitting an attachment with your current build of mozilla, perhaps a more recent build would help? Or an older one?:) Just tested the process on my linux box with a similar build to what you must be using with mo problem... Thanks. -d
I am using Mozilla build id 2000101611 built for FreeBSD. This version refuses to allow me to "Create a new attachment". Find a FreeBSD system to test a straight M18 build and then tell me whether or not "Create a new attachment" works. I e-mailed the attachment to email@example.com. The page in question is reached through http://www.timekeep.net/
Joe, are you using a transparent proxy? You might be running into the same problem with uploading attachments as I was on bug 54137.
Joe is this still a problem with the latest nightlies?
Due to lack of response and vagueness of bug report I am marking this INVALID. Reopen if it still occurs in the latest nightlies and you can give us some more information on the problem.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
What are you talking about, "lack of response"? I have responded to every single request for information. I have sent you all of the web pages you need to fix the problem. I have never failed to respond to the information requested. Your latest response is nothing short of insulting and rude. If you need information, ask. The bug is completely described and there is nothing vague about the description. If you don't understand the description, ask me a question about it.
Status: RESOLVED → UNCONFIRMED
Resolution: INVALID → ---
Joe Kesley : This bug is perfectly described however 1) The build you were using is _old_, a lot of bugs have been fixed since build 20001016 against which you are reporting this problem. 2) Your last comment has been recorder on 2000-10-29, and two questions have been asked : - Do you have a transparent proxy - Do you still see this in a recent nightly build This is not what I call "answer all the questions" 3) Keyser Sosez is a bugzilla QA and he works hard to triage the bugs, so the developers have an easier time fixing their bugs. It is common knowledge that unconfirmed bugs that cannot be reproduced and that stay untouched for a long time can be marked "worksforme" or "invalid" (doesn't really matter). 4) A bug can always be re-opened, and Keyser mentioned it in his comment. The final word is this : Bugzilla has to be kept clean. We (bugzilla QA's) work hard to keep it that way. If you do not agree with our resolution rules, please see the documents in http://www.mozilla.org/quality/help and mail whoever is responsible for them with your concerns. Don't hesitate to mail me for more informations, thank you for taking the time to read this, Fabian.
No, I am not running a transparent proxy. Yes, the bug is still present in the latest nightly I was able to build. Unfortunately, the nightly builds stopped working on FreeBSD about a month ago. Therefore, I cannot actually test it on anything that I have access to. The last time I checked, shortly before 0.6 was released, it showed the identical behavior on windoze. You may want to try a windoze build and see if it still shows that behavior. Unfortunately, I do not currently have access to a windoze platform. The only platform I currently have access to is FreeBSD. I am sorry that I missed the transparent proxy question. I tried to answer the other question about recent builds, but I cannot make a recent build work on my platform. Maybe if someone in Mozilla resurrected their FreeBSD test platform?
Joe any chance you could send Hixie the test page?
see the attachments above.
I see the bug as reported when I load just the bottom frame. I'm on Windows and using Mozilla 2001 011204. Confirming and setting OS to All. I'll try to make a testcase.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
OS: FreeBSD → All
Hardware: Other → All
Whiteboard: jesse making testcase
Testcase: data:text/html,<input type="text" size="5" style="text-align:right;"> *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 50758 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago → 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Whiteboard: jesse making testcase
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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