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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.4) Gecko/20030703
Description of problem:
When trying to change the Bluecurve icon on the toolbar back to the original
Mozilla icon via the Properties window, the Launcher Properties window process
hangs if the Browse... button is used. The application must be killed to restore
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
mozilla-2.4-12 (may not be source of problem)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. R.click on tool bar launcher icon (in this case, Mozilla's)
2. Select Properties
3. Click on Icon: to change
4. Click on Browse... button
Actual Results: System appears to stop responding (race condition?) until the
Browse Icons window is closed. The following window appears:
The window "Browse icons" is not responding.
Force this application to exit?
(Any open documents will be lost.)
Selecting "Kill application" causes Browse icons window and toolbar to
disappear. After a few seconds the toolbar rebuilds.
Expected Results: Clicking the Browse... button should have raised a directory
Rather than clicking on the Browse... button, I can avoid lockup by editing the
path window directly.
The fact that this occurs when trying to alter the Mozilla icon may not be
significant. The problem may lie with some other application and the Mozilla
behavior might be secondary and coincidental.
-> over to gnome-panel
Christopher: Thanks for recommending a better home for this bug. I wasn't really
sure when I checked "Mozilla" as the affected component. gnome-panel definitely
makes more sense. --Doc
I can't get this to happen in test2. Does it still happen for you?
Just finished downloading test2 CD#3 from a mirror about an hour ago and plan to
install tonight. Will let you know. Probably late... :-)
I can't reprocude this on FC 1.
Robert, is this still an issue? If not, please close as CURRENTRELEASE.
Looks like this was fixed