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Also, I was unable to use SSLServerCertVerificationJob::Dispatch, even in nsNSSCertificate.cpp (it doesn't seem to be a public API). The consequence of this is that session restore for HTTPS pages wouldn't work during the upgrade restart. Firefox will indicate > that "This site provides valid, verified identification" and does not allow > you > to confirm the security exception. So if the password field is never filled in manually, this value doesn't go back to the server and the login fails. have a peek here

Adding tracking > keyword. This has been a particularly difficult year for me in a more personal sense, and I’ve faced some trials I won’t speak about and then some, but I’ve also learned new Fixed a bug with autofill. 1.0.12 Added option "Start up in incognito mode" in settings->privacy Added menu item "Close all tabs from this domain" to tab context menu. My emphasis during the construction of codename “Hakone” was placed on functionality, standards compliance at the web interface level, and a soft, elegant and modern look, all of which I think https://support.mozilla.org/questions/1091541

Andrew Bell - Comment 18 • 14 years ago With 1.4RC2 this is still an issue. close ALL instances of Mozilla Firebird. The proper fix for this will be too much for ESR.

  • I tried to install Debian Etch.
  • This may happen if the page doesn't load in 30 seconds (well possible if it's located physically very far from UK and with a very slow connection). 5.
  • Create a valid HTML file.
  • Preconditions The service is meant to be such as we're stating here.

Morgan Nilsson - Comment 12 • 14 years ago I can reproduce this bug using a form:

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The only problem with OpenBSD is that many of the apps I want on the box are not in the Sparc 32 packages repository, which has many fewer prebuilt binary packages I'd be surprised if they all do... Continue reading “Preparing for yet another year” Posted in Frogatto, IRC, Miscellaneous, Personal, Projects, Rei 2 IRC Bot, Software, Web design, Wesnoth, Wesnoth RCX, freenode at 02:11 UTC | 1 comment

Protip: nyan.cat works best with Google Chrome. I originally had a sparcserver 20, which is the same box without any framebuffer RAM. There are other possibilities I’m contemplating for the long term regarding my personal life, but that’s a much more volatile subject to discuss so I’m avoiding it for now. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/security/known-vulnerabilities/firefox-4.0/ Any chance of getting this, or some other workaround, added into the code base? ...

The file does not have to be on a network, and I don't have to hit back.CC: mozilla-bugzilla Boris Zbarsky [:bz] (still a bit busy) - Updated • 14 years ago Firefox for Android Web browser for Android smartphones and tablets Firefox for iOS Firefox for iPhone, iPad and iTouch devices Firefox Focus Automatic privacy browser and content blocker. However, if there's need for such a service, please let me know (find the email address far below at Feedback / Suggestions). On the new page http://validator.w3.org/check, click any external link, for example the W3C logo in the upper left-hand corner.

Added option to automatically optimize memory usage under Misc section of settings page. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/817039 The "Service is closing soon" advertisement should be in place of all new thumbnail requests, which looks like: Perhaps this 2GB/RAM server was getting too old. Note: during non-cached load the certificate is set on the ssl info object at (SSL Cert #1 thread): xul.dll!mozilla::psm::`anonymous namespace'::AuthCertificate({...}, 0x14555c50, 0x1780c010, {...}, 0x18bfd0d0, 0x00000000, {...}) Line 803 C++ if (status Click the Back button in the browser 7.

Kai Engert (:kaie) - Updated • 5 years ago CC: julian.jungeDuplicate of this bug: 712280 Kai Engert (:kaie) - Updated • 5 years ago CC: jari.luomaDuplicate of this bug: 697972 Kai http://visu3d.com/solved-firefox/solved-firefox-3-0.html Discussed over email.Flags: needinfo?(brian) David Keeler [:keeler] (use needinfo?) - Updated • 3 years ago CC: fbraunDuplicate of this bug: 873394 wroot - Updated • 3 years ago CC: oleg David Other Bugs Importance: -- normal Status: RESOLVED DUPLICATE of bug 1077308 Reported: 16 years ago Modified: 13 days ago Status: RESOLVED DUPLICATE Mark as Assigned of Mark as Duplicate People (Reporter: About Contact Us Donate Contribute to this site Privacy Cookies Legal Report Trademark Abuse Mozilla: Twitter (@mozilla) Facebook (Mozilla) Instagram (@mozillagram) Firefox: Twitter (@firefox) Facebook (Firefox) YouTube (firefoxchannel) English (US) [email protected]

If you get nothing at all out of the video port, check to see if you have any memory in the framebuffer slot inside. Improved QuickFill form filler to work with more web sites. There's no restrictions anymore, so no need to detect Blue Coat proxies) Thu, 11 Aug (Cache policy change: from 3 days to 5 days) Thu, 11 Aug 2011 06:02:55 +0100: Service Check This Out Added detection of hung gnome-web-photo processes.

Posted in Miscellaneous, Software, Web browsers, Web design at 06:08 UTC | No comments Resolutions! I would love to see it get addressed. There was a significant downtime - for 12 hours or so!

From ESR corporate usability perspective, the worst part of this bug is the inability to add a new exception (as the "add exception" dialog thinks that there already exists a valid

Norman Megill - Comment 33 • 14 years ago I do not have livehttpheaders installed. (I verified this by looking at right-clicking on a page and opening 'View Page Info'; there So, it's really a bug. Aaron Kaluszka - Comment 29 • 14 years ago Nobody else has mentioned having that extension installed. However, it looks like there will be no Firefox 5.0 based thumbnail API, because a lot of features were taken away.

It is not very functional at the moment, and the visual design sucks, but I expect to improve that soon. We should not rely on EOF to close the stream. If it's seeking the stream after HTTP has read it, then imo yes. this contact form Wan-Teh said Chrome also does this and they invalidate cache SSL cert validation cache entries after they are 30 minutes old.

I think this is already what happens, and is partially the opposite behavior of what is being requested in this bug. The HTTP cache needs to validate the certificate for the cached entry.