WebPositive: let escape close the menu. * Intercept the escape key to mean "stop loading" only when menus are closed.
Didn't happen again. Let's consider it solved for now :-)
No, not the same at all. This new report is a memory corruption problem, so if you could run Web+ with libroot debug, it would help getting a more useful report:
I'm not sure exactly what minimal case sets this off, but it was certainly reproducible in context (which is https://dev.haiku-os.org/ticket/10736 -- if you click 'reply' at my comment and try it there, you can get the same behaviour.)
- start at the above link (screenshot 1)
- try to single-backspace the end of the echo line
- the whole line (plus a sliver of the next line) disappears (2)
- 2-3 seconds later (when the preview is done updating) it reappears (3)
- type a " character, the line disappears again (looks like 2 again)
- 2-3 seconds later, the line reappears again (looks like 1 again)
Open Web+, go to stackoverflow.com, log in, from the main page click Ask Question. Crash (attached). Happens every time. Workaround: click Ask Question before logging in, and it makes you log in from there and then displays the Ask Question page fine.
From a stackoverflow.com question, click a related question link. Crash (attached 1182).
Remove outsourced sharutils provides from haiku package.
hrev47116 did it, everything is building again.
sharutils: use the hpkg. * delete the intree sources.
added sharutils and unrar, updated flex.
this is hrev:47114-gcc2h
the site is www.uitzendinggemist.nl
crash report included.
Turns out, this was already reported in #9261. Thanks, anevilyak, for notifying me...
This is hrev47114.
I have to disable the hardware cursor option in my ~/config/settings/kernel/drivers/nvidia.settings file since IIRC kallisti enabled the hardware cusor feature a while back.
Problem for new users: there's no nvidia.settings file provided after installing Haiku. So their cursor gets mangled every time an app changes pointer graphics and they have no idea how to fix that.
So, could we either provide the nvidia.settings file (with the option of hardware cusor disabled) or maybe disable hardware cusors completely. I hear it's not really that effective on modern hardware anyway.
I attach my nvidia.settings file. All defaults save the "hardcursor false".
x86_64: upgrade mercurial. * this version depends on python-2.7
Should work fine now. Adding "Macintosh" to the user agent avoids most website thinking we are some kind of iOS device...