Python doc crashes mozilla 1.1

John Ochiltree jo at johnochiltree.uklinux.net
Fri Aug 30 12:48:58 CEST 2002


You don't say which OS you're running on but I just tried mozilla 1.1
talkback version on Win XP Pro & SuSE 8.0 pro and couldn't replicate the
problem. Looking at the page I can't see anything 'weird' at all.

John

"Huaiyu Zhu" <huaiyu at gauss.almadan.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:slrnamtk9s.1da.huaiyu at gauss.almadan.ibm.com...
> I'm using the recent mozilla 1.1 talkback build for Linux to view Python
> documentation.  When I tried to print the page
>     http://www.python.org/doc/current/dist/sdist-cmd.html
> Mozilla crashed with some talkback dialogs, while leaving a few lines of
>     NO FONT WAS FOUND
> on the terminal where I started mozilla.
>
> To compound the problem, the talkback dialogs do not display any character
> properly (each character is replaced with a little square).  I have to
> either guess where the "cancel" button is or to use kill -9.
>
> My questions are:
> - What are the wierd characters or font changes on this page that caused
this?
> - Is there an easy way to report this bug to mozilla without using
talkback?
> - Is there a bug in pylatex that caused this?
>
> I could investigate this further myself but I bet somebody out there might
> already have known the answers.
>
> Huaiyu





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