related or unrelated to 58798 & 60204. unlike those bugs, i made certain not to visit a secure site before doing the following. 1] get mail 2] sleep 3] wake from sleep 4] attempt to get mail again or visit any http or https web page (i tried http://www.cnn.com). the barber-pole on the bottom of the pole moves, and it is possible to switch back and forth between windows and go to other apps, but it is apparently impossible to access anything via the network. quitting and restarting mozilla solves this problem. i marked this as major because i (and presumably others) probably pretty constantly sleep and wake their iBooks and wish not to have to close all open browser windows. i've had this problem for several days with the nightly builds; i am currently using 2001032016. i am using an iBook DV with MacOS 9.1 .
more info: other steps that also do the same thing: 1] visit http://www.mozilla.org 2] sleep 3] wake 4] click on any URL on http://www.mozilla.org
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 69285 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
I don't think this bug is the same as bug 69285. That bug freezes Mozilla; you can't use Mozilla or any other applications until you force-quit Mozilla. This bug doesn't report a freeze. (I reported the other bug)
i guess i agree with the comment that this bug seems different from 69285. i believe that 69285 is much more closely related (duplicate) of 60204. i looked at 60204, and i submitted this thinking it was sufficiently different. if anything, i would suggest re-opening this bug, and closing 69285 as a dup of 60204. however, i will leave it to someone else to re-open.
I'm verifying this as a dup. If the people in the other report say this issue is in fact seperate, please reopen as needed. Thanks.
Component: Browser-General → Networking
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