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Full Article Attached XUL Version of Most Frequently Reported Bugs Page Available

Friday December 6th, 2002

A XUL version of the Bugzilla duplicates report that doesn't require you to mess with your security settings is now available. Using a split-pane interface similiar to the one found in Mail & Newsgroups, the report not only lists the most frequently reported bugs but also supports updating the view of the data on the fly. A XUL-enabled browser is required and you'll need to grant the script enhanced privileges for it to work. The data can take a few seconds to load, so be patient if nothing seems to be happening at first. See the newsgroup message for more details.


#3 Re: Answer "Yes" - or should that be "No"?

by tseng_mike <tseng_mike@yahoo.com>

Saturday December 7th, 2002 5:52 AM

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In this case it uses the RDF api to do it's magic. Normally you would click No to such request. It depend on how much you trust that 3rd party. Yes it does allow disk access. Read this table [1] to find out more. Basically don't click yes unless you trust them as much as you trust the mozilla addons. In this case they use UniversalXPConnect.

[1] <http://books.mozdev.org/chapters/ch12.html#77022>