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Post Posted May 4th, 2017, 5:22 pm

Previous Nightly Builds thread 20170504

The Official 20170505 NIGHTLY builds are out
The Official Firefox 54 Beta 5 builds are out

Previous NIGHTLY: 20170504 (Fx 55.0a1)
Previous BETA: 20170502 (Fx 54.0b4)

Tinderbox Builds
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Release Notes: NIGHTLY | BETA
Changelogs: NIGHTLY | BETA


Fixed:
    NIGHTLY +0
    None


    Partial Landings/Diagnostic Patches:
    None

    Beta 4 -> Beta 5 Changelog +23
  1. #1328762
  2. #1336979
  3. #1342742
  4. #1348424
  5. #1348645
  6. #1349595
  7. #1349604
  8. #1352093
  9. #1352556
  10. #1357462
  11. #1359547
  12. #1360309
  13. #1355168 [Core:Canvas: 2D]-Crash in mozilla::dom::CanvasRenderingContext2D::DrawWindow [All][[gfx-noted]]
  14. #1359416 [Core:Graphics]-Increase in Intel graphics driver crashes in 54.0b cycle [Win][]
  15. #1356181 [Core:HTML: Form Submission]-Gather telemetry for isindex usage [Uns][]
  16. #1360343 [Core:Layout]-Crash in nsSVGMaskFrame::GetMaskForMaskedFrame [Win][]
  17. #1357457 [Core:Widget]-Create a variant of INPUT_EVENT_RESPONSE_MS which coalesces overlapping "hangs" [Uns][tpi:+]
  18. #1357742 [Firefox:General]-Deal with accumulations of INPUT_EVENT_RESPONSE_MS across sleep/wake [Uns][]
  19. #1360354 [Firefox:General]-[e10s] Don't use aAddon.bootstrap as a check for "is it a webextension" [Uns][]
  20. #1361208 [Firefox:General]-Update Firefox Screenshots to version 6.6.0 [Uns][]
  21. #1358336 [Toolkit:Application Update]-Updater reports that 52.0.2 must be installed even though running 53.0 [Mac][]
  22. #1333486 [Toolkit:Blocklisting]-Crash in @0x0 | idmcchandler7_64.dll@0x238bf [Win][]
  23. #1352961 [Toolkit:Telemetry]-Add a measure for the delay before a new tab starts processing the first URL [Uns][[e10s-multi:+]]

Nightly 55 fixes since 20170306 (Gecko 54) ~2948
Beta 54 fixes since 20170123 (Gecko 53) ~2509

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Release Calendar
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Post Posted May 4th, 2017, 10:43 pm

Anyway, I filed.
[*]#1362299 [Core:Image Blocking]-No longer block images [Uns]

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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 1:57 am

Hi again,

no feedback on this anybody (from yesterdays thread):

There has been a very annoying bug for me for many weeks or even months now, so I think its time to mention it now after loosing hope it getting fixed without my 'help'. :p

Maybe there already exists a bug id, in that case please forget my whole post and please point me to the bug id so I can see the current status.


The bug is related to the saved login forms (username/password chosen from saved list), which will no longer be accesible after the following procedure.

STR:

- Im using Windows 10 64 Bit Creators Update with Firefox 64-Bit (Im pretty sure its reproduceable on WIN builds only)
- Save several login forms for one webpage - Im doing it for Amazon/Paypal/eBay.
- go to the Sign In Page of Amazon/Paypal/eBay -> it should open You a list of Your saved logins now to choose from to autofill the username/password fields
- now while this saved logins list is open close the tab with CTRL-W -> the tab is now closed, but the saved logins list is still open/visible in the now open tab -> probably the saved logins list is opened in its own process/window/child whatever and doesnt get closes when You use CTRL-W
- You are no longer able to get the saved logins list from any page anymore until You restart Your browser

I tested and can reproduce the behaviour on Amazon/Paypal/eBay login forms (didnt tried more)

Would be happy if anybody can confirm and create a bugzilla id.
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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 2:20 am

@ fuxxi - You can report bug on Bugzilla by yourself, especially if you're only one experiencing problem ;)
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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 2:28 am

Virtual_ManPL wrote:@ fuxxi - You can report bug on Bugzilla by yourself, especially if you're only one experiencing problem ;)

some just expect Alice to do it all, it doesn't take long to make a BZ account.

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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 2:33 am

Thanks guys, but the reason why Im not reporting it, is NOT my lazyness. But I want to keep the professional look (and I honestly have no clue about bz and also I want this to be confirmed by other people first) and maybe there is someone else who can put the bug report in better words. You know?

Lets keep the focus on the bug, please :-)

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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 3:15 am

@ fuxxi - It's not that hard, this will help you - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/QA/Bug_writing_guidelines
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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 3:17 am

@fuxxi - I can't repo the problem here. Win10 x64, m-c Nightly win32 builds

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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 3:27 am

TheVisitor wrote:@fuxxi - I can't repo the problem here. Win10 x64, m-c Nightly win32 builds

Using Win10 x64 Creators Update with Nightly win64 build here. Seems I gotta try clean profile.. no clue tho what the problems causes if clean profile works..

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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 3:33 am

fuxxi wrote:
TheVisitor wrote:@fuxxi - I can't repo the problem here. Win10 x64, m-c Nightly win32 builds

Using Win10 x64 Creators Update with Nightly win64 build here. Seems I gotta try clean profile.. no clue tho what the problems causes if clean profile works..


I have not yet received the Creators Update, waiting for the update to hit WU.

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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 3:37 am

fuxxi wrote:Thanks guys, but the reason why Im not reporting it, is NOT my lazyness. But I want to keep the professional look (and I honestly have no clue about bz and also I want this to be confirmed by other people first) and maybe there is someone else who can put the bug report in better words. You know?

Lets keep the focus on the bug, please :-)

im not a " Pro " at doing BZ's either but i still do it for Redhat/Fedora , as long as you know what logs to send in its easy. if you dont know, ask them, they'll tell you

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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 5:44 am

From Quantum Flow Engineering Newsletter 8

The other important change that just landed was disabling non-multiprocess compatible add-ons in Nightly. I wrote about the importance of doing this last week. The adverse performance impact of these add-ons heavily skews our performance measurements on Nightly. I know that losing add-ons that you use is no fun (Nightly disabled a few of my own add-ons when I upgraded to the latest version this morning!) but I kindly ask you to please consider not re-enabling these extensions on Nightly. We know that WebExtension based add-ons are the future, and as Nightly users your help in suffering through a bit of a pain through this transition earlier in order to help us better understand where we are in improving the performance of the browser is much appreciated.


Maybe re-enabling them will send a message. A message that users don't want to improve the performance of the browser?

I can live without CoLT and Nightly Tester Tools.
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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 6:18 am

WaltS48 wrote:Maybe re-enabling them will send a message. A message that users don't want to improve the performance of the browser?

I can live without CoLT and Nightly Tester Tools.

Or maybe it would send the message that millions of us are using the browser for its addons and performance is already more than adequate. Not that they would listen since "WebExtension based add-ons are the future", at least theirs anyway.

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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 6:36 am

Regarding Webextensions. It's a moot point to get Mozilla to go back to the way things are now. All the major browsers use Webextensions or something similar. Google chrome having the market share in the browser wars is all webextensions. What Mozilla needs to do is make Fx better than Google Chrome in performance, stability and features.
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Post Posted May 5th, 2017, 6:52 am

streetwolf wrote:... What Mozilla needs to do is make Fx better than Google Chrome in performance, stability and features.


Amen!

They need to get back to basics. Open program, "browse" the web.

If people need more, there should be an easy way for them to customize things, which we had up until recently.

Maybe they need to go back and look at Phoenix, Firebird, Mosaic, Netscape; to see how things worked before. They are making it overly complicated.

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