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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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http://acid1.acidtests.org -
http://acid2.acidtests.org -

http://acid3.acidtests.org

http: ? ...

choose the dir where save the file - open save req crash "frozen" system.


Edited by SKOLMAN_MWS on 2008/3/21 6:25:18
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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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crash on multibox www.orange.pl and problem button send message sms/mail/etc on this page

http://crashlog.os4depot.net/cl21

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@joerg

Quote:
it's better to wait until that's finished


Thanks for the details...

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@Raziel

Some problems encountered with 1.18

Embedded pull-down menus don't seem to work, for example FMI (can't select the city from the menu). Double-clicking on menu does not help.

I tried to post this message from OWB but nothing happened -preview worked but when I press 'post' after that, nothing happens.

As for feature requests, would it be possible to implement some kind of URL history, so that you could re-visit the sites without using the 'back' button?

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@GrumpyOldMan

err...my finnish is a little rusty (since when could i speak
it anyway?)

So, Paikalliss?? means something like cities(?)

OK, the left based link doesn't work (but that maybe because
it explicitely wants to open a new window - which won't work -
older versions of OWB crashed then, this has been workaround
by simply ignoring the link), but the right bottom based
works

Double click into the field, cursor down and up to choose the
city and press RETURN ... works here

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@Raziel

"Paikalliss??" means "local weather" in Finnish

Using double-click and cursor keys seems to work on and off - for example when writing this reply here in OWB I had to double click the text area several times before I could change the format to DHTML.

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@SKOLMAN_MWS

Quote: Unlike all other crashes this one is a bug in the AmigaOS4 parts (actually 2 bugs, and that it tries to download SVG images at all will be changed in the next version as well, I'll use my original version to only download application/#? mime types), will be fixed in the next version.

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@joerg

There's another images problem in that they seem to be vertically offset by a pixel.

It's noticeable as a grey line under the stars below poster's usernames, especially on yours above and GrumpyOldMan's above that (mine seems to be coming out as a sequence of dots, so it's probably running into memory past the end of the image). There's another site where you can really see it, but I forget what it was.

I suspect this is an OWB problem rather than the port.

(thanks for the info in your other reply to me btw)

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@Chris

Quote:
There's another images problem in that they seem to be vertically offset by a pixel.

It's noticeable as a grey line under the stars below poster's usernames, especially on yours above and GrumpyOldMan's above that (mine seems to be coming out as a sequence of dots, so it's probably running into memory past the end of the image). There's another site where you can really see it, but I forget what it was.
I don't know if it's related, but one of the image decoders in OWB has a bug which can be seen for example on http://gmx.de/ (the GMX logo top left, you have to compare it with FireFox or Opera, AWeb and IBrowse don't display it).

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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On http://qxl.dk/ just before the page finishes loading, I get a Grim Reaper with a DSI exception. Ignoring DSIs after that leads on to an ISI exception.

I can supply a crash log if requested, but it seems to be easily reproduced.

Best regards,

Niels

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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It seems the PRE tag isn't honoured, at least not by displaying the contents in a fixed-width font. Is this known/planned? It sort of messes up e.g. auto-generated directory listings on Apache servers .


Best regards,

Niels

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@nbache

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On http://qxl.dk/ just before the page finishes loading, I get a Grim Reaper with a DSI exception. Ignoring DSIs after that leads on to an ISI exception.
Seems to be a bug in the AmigaOS4 port of SDL_gfx, the Linux version of OWB doesn't crash. But since I don't have the AmigaOS4 libSDL_gfx sources I can't check what's wrong.

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@nbache

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It seems the PRE tag isn't honoured, at least not by displaying the contents in a fixed-width font. Is this known/planned?
I didn't find anything in the OWB trac about it, but the updated WebKit in the next OWB milestone will change a lot and may fix that as well.

It's still very bad, even compared to KHTML, but for example the wrong frame offsets on http://os4welt.de/ are fixed in the current Ubuntu/Hardy version of the WebKit KDE4 Konqueror, the last time I checked it it was still as wrong as in OWB.

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@joerg

libSDL_gfx is not very hard to compile on OS4. IIRC it is just configure/gmake.

I compiled my own, newer version of it, but I haven't uploaded it since I haven't tested it if it works.

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@salass00

yes, indeed. i've made only a ./configure && make

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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Files appear to be uploading with a plain/text MIME type.

Also, GMail (GoogleMail) doesn't work properly - but that's probably an OWB engine problem.

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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Since some of the reported bugs are the AmigaOS4 parts, and adapting the AmigaOS4 parts for Doduo will probably take some time, I've uploaded a new AmigaOS4 version of OWB Blastoise.
It includes the changes for only rendering the visible parts as well (add the tooltype LOWMEM to enable it), but I doubt it will help much for classic Amigas, it needs much less RAM for large pages but it's probably too slow on classic Amigas that way.

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@joerg

Should the libsdl_gfx.so stay in the PROGDIR:?
I guess it is not a replacement for one in SOBJS:?

Edit: and does it detects LOWMEM as commandline arg?

Thanks,
Jack

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Re: OWB (1.18) bugs and feature requests
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@Jack

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Should the libsdl_gfx.so stay in the PROGDIR:?
It doesn't matter where it is, like libraries, classes, fonts, etc. shared objects are searched in PROGDIR: and CURDIR: first before they are searched in the global assigns (LIBS:, CLASSES:, FONTS:, SOBJS:, ...).

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I guess it is not a replacement for one in SOBJS:?
libSDL_gfx and libSDL(-1.2) are different libraries.

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Edit: and does it detects LOWMEM as commandline arg?
No, but it reads the tooltypes even if you start it from a shell.

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