If you try to open a page in Firefox immediately after executing it, this is what happens: 1) The throbber starts 2) The throbber stops 3) The throbber starts again The throbber shouldn't disappear until the page is loaded.
It doesn't depend on the particular URL. I just have to open a page right after opening Firefox (before every entry of the menu is enabled).
I can still reproduce on Firefox 22. 1) The throbber starts. 2) The throbber stops and you can see for a moment the Firefox icon in its place. 3) The throbber starts again. 4) The throbber stops when the page is loaded.
Version: Firefox 19 → Firefox 22
Brian - Related to any of the work you have been doing?
(In reply to Mark Finkle (:mfinkle) from comment #4) > Brian - Related to any of the work you have been doing? No, I think this is independent of session restore. It sounds like we're starting the throbber when we click the link, then we get location change/document stop events for about:home once Gecko is ready, stopping the throbber temporarily. It then starts again once Gecko gets the request to load the new page. Simple STR: 1) Open Fennec from cold state 2) Click a top site thumbnail before an about:home favicon is shown
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