It’s been just a few hours since I’ve posted about “Firefox 3 Pre-Alpha 8 – New Nightly Build (27 Aug 2007)”. I have more good news about Firefox 3 Pre-Alpha 8. 28 Aug 2007 build was just released. This nightly build fixes even more bugs than the previous one. Here’s what has been fixed:
[Core:Widget: Cocoa]-Aqua menu-style selects supress background, but not foreground [Mac]
[Core:Style System (CSS)]-Loading gmail leaks nsCSSValuePair objects [Lin]
[Core:Widget: Cocoa]-Listboxes cannot be styled [Mac]
[Firefox:Download Manager]-Have the download manager store the referring uri when appropriate (and use it in the front end) [All]
[Core:Widget: Cocoa]-ASSERTION: nsMenuX: :AttributeChanged: WRITE SHOW CODE FOR SUBMENU [Mac]
[Firefox:Places]-places’ sqlite file can get overly large, do incremental vacuuming [All]
[Firefox:Places]-inconsistent use of title / name in bookmarks UI [Win]
[Core:Layout: R & A Pos]-Clipped objects are sometimes not fully redrawn after clipping [Win]
[Core:GFX]-Full page zoom interacts badly with bfcache [All]
[Core:Layout]-Wrong menupopup positioning inside HTML table [Win]
[Core:Plug-ins]-nsNPObjWrapper: :GetNewOrUsed() removes PLDHash entries from the wrong table if OOM (JS) [All]
[Core:Build Config]-Upgrade Mozilla trunk to NSPR_HEAD_20070820 [All]
[Core:SVG]-New style nsSVGEnum [Lin]
[Firefox:Preferences]-accesskey duplicates on advanced tab [All]
[Core:DOM: Events]-nsDOMPopupBlockedEvent leaks an nsWeakReference [Lin]
[Firefox:Places]-js error when I open the view menu in the places organizer (missing the view.sortBy.tags.* string properties) [All]
[Firefox:Places]-”view | show columns | name” is not disabled [All]
[Core:General]-Excessive memory usage and hang when downloading from oldversion.com [All]
[Firefox:Places]-Stop setting the bookmarkFeedURI annotation on livemark children [Mac]
[Toolkit:Storage]-crash when I try to VACUUM (StorageUnicodeFunctions: :likeFunction() should handle null aArgv and aArgv) [Win]
And just a reminder: This is NOT a final version. It contains bugs, use it on your own risk.
Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded FavBrowser.com. Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.
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