If you collapse a toolbar (say, the navbar or the menus), then quit, you can never, ever get the toolbar back. (Well, you can if you rm $(PROFILE)/localstore.rdf, but that's not exactly an obvious solution.)
I think this is a pretty serious bug that we should consider as a possible stop-ship. From a user's perspective, re-installing the browser does not fix the problem: the user has to kill his or her old profile.
Severity: normal → critical
Whiteboard: critical for 0.9.2
should this not go to xpapps?
ben will look at this.
Assignee: asa → ben
need some fast lovin' on this to get it on the 0.9.2 train.
*** Bug 88157 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I am unable to reproduce this on today's (062804) or yesterday's (06/27) branch or trunk win32 mozilla builds on win2K, win98 or winXP. I am also unable to reproduce this on branch or trunk linux builds from yesterday (06/27) Tested with old and new profiles. Steps tested 1. launch browser 2. collapse navigation bar by clicking grippy 3. File|Exit 4. launch browser Results The toolbar was collapsed and easily expanded with a click on the grippy. Am I doing something wrong? Could this be debug only?
following Asa's steps i was able to repro this [used a new profile] with 2001.06.28.04-trunk commercial bits on Mac OS 9.1, modern theme.
This happens in a 2001062504 trunk build also. A workaround though is that in the second window opened the grippy shows back up and can be expanded.
Assignee: ben → hewitt
This is a dupe, fellas. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 73064 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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