User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:21.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/21.0 Build ID: 20130408165307 Steps to reproduce: Tested Noia 4 v1.8.0 and FXChrome v18.1 with Firefox 20 on Windows 7 and MacOSX. Both themes already got newer fully reviewed versions (v1.8.1 and v20.1), so they should appear on browsers autoupdate. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/noia-4/ https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/fxchrome/ Actual results: No updates were found. Expected results: Updates should have been found and downloaded/installed automatically.
It looks like the problem is that we now have "urn:mozilla:complete-theme:" where we should have "urn:mozilla:theme:". Fallout of revision a630af36d91dbbb64bff27bc88f1c5854a676e1f, I guess. cvan, can you take this? That was your commit.
See also: bug 861616 and bug 861561. tl;dr: Got several complaints from users about my theme not installing/updating. Please fix this ASAP.
I have installed Noia 4 v1.8.0 on FF20, Aurora, Nightly https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/noia-4/versions/1.8.0 and restarted Firefox. Went to Add-ons Manager and Checked for Updates, but "No Updates Found" message was displayed, even though the latest theme version is 1.8.1.
Same here, but I think Chris post implies the fix gets live on 18. April or am I wrong? "Target Milestone: --- → 2013-04-18"
That's correct. Cristian: please test on -dev
If there's a version of the update service running on -dev, I don't know the URL. However, I'm fairly confident that this fix is correct, so it would be easiest to test after the push Thursday.
(In reply to Wil Clouser [:clouserw] from comment #8) > That's correct. Cristian: please test on -dev We don't have any Complete Theme available on -dev that are compatible with FF20, therefore, only older complete themes are available. We could use a data push from production in order to test this on -dev. Please tell me if there is any schedule on this action, and don't forget to give me and Victor admin privileges on -dev once you push, cause we always lose those when this operation is made. Thank you.
You can just bump the compatibility for an incompatible theme on its developer version page, which has the side benefit of testing the compatibility override, which is also affected by this bug.