I am posting again because the message was blocked, message to big. Hi Fernando. In attach a zip file containing two files, r1.txt and r2.txt.r1.txt is the result of the first execution in which I didn't press the ctrl+r key.
r2.txt is the second execution in which I pressed the ctrl+r key. Thanks. On 03/08/2011 08:13 PM, Fernando Herrera wrote:
Hi JosÃ, thank you very much for your testing. Now I have a way to reproduce it: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=639835 basically if firefox window is not activated/visible, I don't get any event until I focus it, and that's why we miss the document:load-complete (as it happens before we start firing events). To confirm that this is the same problem, could you please send the output of the attached python script? If you get a run without any event, that should be the problem. Thanks again! 2011/3/8 JosÃ Vilmar EstÃcio de Souza<vilmar informal com br>:Hi. Running firefox for the first time, all works fine. document:load-complete(0, 0, about:blank) source: [document frame | about:blank] host_application: [application | Minefield] document:load-complete(0, 0, Minefield Start Page) source: [document frame | Minefield Start Page] host_application: [application | Minefield] ^CTotal document:load-complete events:2 bye Running firefox for the second time, no page but I didn't press the ctrl+r key. Total document:load-complete events:0 bye Running firefox for the third time, no page but now I pressed the ctrl+r key. document:load-complete(0, 0, Minefield Start Page) source: [document frame | Minefield Start Page] host_application: [application | Minefield] Total document:load-complete events:1 bye The funny thing is that if I run firefox 3.6, close ff 3.6 and run FF 4 again, the startup page is shown normally. Thanks. On 03/08/2011 12:29 PM, Fernando Herrera wrote:On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Guy Schlosser<guyster104 att net> wrote:Thanks for the tip Jose, the ctrl+r did work for me also to gain access to my start page. Funny part is, the bug seems to be hit-or-miss. When I launched ff4 the first time, it just automatically worked, as with ff3.6, but then after closing down, and re-launching again, had the same problem as posted, but was able to fix with control R. Thanks again, and have an awesome Tuesday.Could you please run the attached script in a terminal window to check if Firefox is sending or not the document:load-complete event? Thanks a lot! Salu2
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