Testing on Ubuntu 12.04.3 + FF 24 + NoScript 184.108.40.206
1) Open https://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/bug/
3) Click on the [bugzilla] link:
"It is also possible to use [bugzilla], with a more complex interface, instead to report a problem."
The page reloads and the body of the page (below the header banners) appears blank. There is no obvious way to get to FDO or back to the previous BSA screen.
To be taken to this page on Bugzilla where one can enter a new LibreOffice bug:
Right-clicking the link and selecting 'Open in a New Tab' will properly open the link
*** Bug 70636 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Add Rob, Jean
Reproduced. Will try and find the problem.
Found the problem. Will ping someone to install a new version with the fix. Should be in place on Monday. Thanks **** Registration and Qubit too.
(In reply to comment #3)
> Using firebug to replace
> bug_status=UNCONFIRMED;version=? with https://www.libreoffice.org/bugzilla/
> results in a link that can be directly clicked without JS enabled and arrive
> at bugzilla.
> The replacement url is the one given on the bug submittal page when JS is
That does work, although on my browser it opens Bugzilla inside a frame on the same page...which results in what looks like a "mini-me" version of Bugzilla!
There is some ongoing work in the BSA to refactor the code outside of the iframe, at which point I believe this link will just work as-is. Until then, I think our best bet here is to open the link in a separate tab/window:
<a href="https://bugs.freedesktop.org/etc../etc.." target="_blank">
Jean -- Thoughts?
I left it as it was except I changed the URL to something which does not violate X-Frame Rules. Until these changes happen, I think we could leave as I did it. That's how it was built originally.
(In reply to comment #7)
> I left it as it was except I changed the URL to something which does not
> violate X-Frame Rules. Until these changes happen, I think we could leave as
> I did it. That's how it was built originally.
Trying to use Bugzilla embedded into that small frame is basically comical on my machine. How does it appear in your browser? Is Bugzilla usable?
ah Fuck Registration you can be civil now. What nice.. maybe next time when you are nice the first time around I can be civil to you.
Troll, please moderate your language. You are more than welcome in the LibreOffice world. I understand you might have been angry but please moderate. Anyway, glad to have helped. Rob, please let us not go against anyone who helps us.