[ic] Mozilla 1.4 + crashes

James Kinney jkinney at localnetsolutions.com
Wed Feb 11 13:17:21 EST 2004

Thanks. I tested under Moz-1.6 and it still blows up. The IC upgrade to
5.0 happens this weekend.

I think I'll keep Moz-1.2 around for a while longer too.

> Upgrade to Mozilla 1.5 or higher and upgrade to IC 5.0 or higher, the
> combination of these upgrades resolves the problem (though it really is
> entirely a Mozilla issue).  Note, though that there are still some IC
> admin pages (the content editing pages comes to mind) that don't display
> properly with Mozilla 1.3+ which is why I keep a copy of Mozilla 1.2.1
> on my computer just for working the admin area of IC.
> It would be nice if Mozilla resolved these issues completely, but my
> understanding is they have recently had thier funding cut from AOL so
> it's probably being worked on an entirely volunteer basis now.
> Also see these Mozilla bug reports:
> http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=212019
> http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=203041
> Peter
> James Kinney wrote:
>> When accessing an item in the admin interface from the item list Mozilla
>> 1.4 and higher segfault and die. Mozilla 1.2 works OK. It's got to be
>> some
>> of the javascript. Any ideas where to look? This is not an issue that
>> the
>> customer sees. But the manager sees it when they try to edit an item
>> after
>> upgrading.
>> It's getting a bugzilla notice to Mozilla since it appears to be mainly
>> their issue. But I thought I'd post it here as well in case someone else
>> is pulling out their hair and downgrading to Moz 1.2. (Linux version)
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James P. Kinney III
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