Platform: PowerBook G3/300/192Mb/25Gb, MacOS X 10.0.2 Build ID: 20010417 Try the following: 1) Launch Mozilla. 2) Login to my.netscape.com with your account. 3) Immediately move the mouse arrow within the main content window (away from the location bar or any skin UI elements). The page loads as you would expect, and will honor your reload time (I have mine set to 30 minutes). 4) Now, move the mouse over the location bar (so your mouse becomes an i-beam), or any other clickable item in the icon bars (perhaps a link in your Personal Toolbar). Note that the page redraws immediately! 5) Wait for the page to reload. As long as you don't move the mouse again, the page will remain. Now try moving the mouse (perhaps to another element). Note that the page loads again! - Adam
Is this unique to MacOS X? I'm not seeing it using today's build on 8.6.
No, with MacOS 9.1 & Moz 0.8.1 this does not happen. - Adam
Very odd. A contributor who wishes to remain anonymous suggests that this may be caused by somehow firing all timers when only one should fire. ->sdagley for triage, since Pink is on vacation.
Assignee: trudelle → sdagley
It'd help if the build was identified as a Carbon build when logging a bug under Mac OS X. I was about to mark this WORKSFORME on today's build when I noticed that the build # corresponded to the last Fizilla release. And no, logging a bug under Mac OS X doesn't make it obvoius it's the Fizzilla build being tested :-)
Not that we've got a new opt build out for folks to play with but a debug build of Fizzilla done today doesn't exhibit this problem so I'm marking this fixed.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Platform: PowerBook G3/300/192Mb/30Gb, MacOS X 10.0.2 Build: Fizzilla 20010509 This is not fixed. Try the following. 1) Set your home page in Prefs to my.netscape.com. 2) Login to your my.netscape.com homepage. 3) Quit Mozilla. 4) Launch Mozilla. 5) Move the mouse into the location bar. The page reloads, even though the refresh time hasn't fired (mine's set to 30 minutes). - Adam
Status: RESOLVED → REOPENED
Resolution: FIXED → ---
Just tried again and it works for me. Before marking the bug as WORKSFORME tho I thought I'd expand the cc: list in case someone else sees it
Hmm, I just upgraded to MacOS X 10.0.3 and I still see this. Perhaps you should try trashing ~/Library/Preferences/Mozilla* and ~/Documents/Mozilla/ to see if that breaks it for you. I'm not sure why I'm seeing this and you're not. I clear those files every time I get a new Moz build, and it still happens to me. - Adam
Not wanting to delete my personal profile, I created a new profile with my.netscape.com as the home page and do not see the problem.
Platform: PowerBook G3/300/192Mb/30Gb, MacOS X 10.0.3 Build: Fizzilla 20010509 Well, you could try moving those files to a different folder, let Fizzilla recreate them, then delete the new ones and replace with your old ones. On the reverse, can you think of something I'm NOT deleting that could be hanging around and causing the problem? When upgrading, I killed the entire Fizzilla folder, along with the items in ~ I mentioned previously. - Adam
I don't know if it's good news or bad news but the Low End Mac website reports they were seeing a page reload for every character typed in the location/URL field so this may not be Mac OS X specific.
sfraser had asked about this bug so cc:'ing him. And an additional datapoint - Low End Mac was testing on a PB G3 266.
I had a brief meeting with Steve today. He's now seen this bug live, and we were able to duplicate it on today's build on his machine. That's a step in the right direction. For those that haven't been able to duplicate this one, it seemed to happen using the Classic skin, yet not the modern skin. But after switching to Classic, then back to Modern, it started happening on the Modern skin too. (?) - Adam
*** Bug 70521 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 78636 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 80145 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
beta stopper. i also see this on cnn.com not even moving the mouse. have to force-quit the app.
Keywords: hang, top100
Whiteboard: OSX+ → OSX++
Today's 6/5 build seems to have fixed this bug. I tried my.netscape, versiontracker, even cnn. I can't get this to occur anymore. Nice job, guys. - Adam
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago → 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
ummmmm, this terrifies me. usually things like this 'going away' are short lived and they come back. can anyone verify?
Just tested using 6/13 build, bug is still "fixed." Nobody knows why this is working now? You're right, this bugs me too... - Adam
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