Recent builds of Mozilla have started displaying an odd problem. On startup, Mozilla immediately resizes itself, moving the firebreathing lizard logo downwards, and then drawing the three toolbars at the top of the window a second time. The new set do not appear to be functional (when I push the buttons, nothing happens). The 'balloon help'-like floating tags (what are those things called anyway?) have debug info in them, instead of the names that appear next to the original button bars. This info is: For "Navigation Toolbar" it says "Debug: no tipString resource for widget Tab3 This message only appears in a DEBUG build" For "Location Toolbar" it says the same thing, only with "Tab4" in place of "Tab3". The third tool bar I usually keep minimized, and it doesn't have any "balloon help" here. I can minimize the extra toolbars, and they seem to pretty much go away, although they leave a slightly thick line between the 'real' toolbars and the main window. The platform where I'm seeing this is Data General DG/UX UNIX. I don't know if this problem shows up on other platforms or not.
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The new toolsbars on the bottom are the ones that are going to stay. Once they are fully functional the top toolbars will go away. In the meantime, you get to see their ugliness.
Ah. Didn't realize this was a feature. Thanks.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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