Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of Ticket #3954


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Timestamp:
04/19/2016 03:23:59 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
mario
Comment:

We've discovered that the issue is triggered by websites which open either popups or new tabs. Adjusted the description.

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  • Ticket #3954

    • Property Summary changed from Specific websites are rendered incorrectly and assets aren't loaded to Websites are rendered incorrectly and assets aren't loaded as soon as a popup/new tab is triggered
  • Ticket #3954 – Description

    v9 v10  
    882. Open ABB 
    993. Browse to http://news.google.com/  
    10 4. Tap one of the linked articles 
     104. Tap one of the linked articles (it will open in a new tab) 
    11115. Keep browsing different websites (e.g. http://zeit.de/) 
    1212 
    1313=== Observed behaviour === 
    14 Most of the visited websites (after visiting http://news.google.com/) are broken as shown in [https://issues.adblockplus.org/attachment/ticket/3954/image1-3.PNG this screenshot] or in [https://issues.adblockplus.org/attachment/ticket/3954/image1-2.PNG this screenshot]: 
     14All of the visited websites (after invoking a new tab via http://news.google.com/) are broken as shown in [https://issues.adblockplus.org/attachment/ticket/3954/image1-3.PNG this screenshot] or in [https://issues.adblockplus.org/attachment/ticket/3954/image1-2.PNG this screenshot]: 
    15151. The websites seem to be loaded multiple times (nested into itself) 
    16162. Assets don't seem to be loaded (Javascript as well as CSS) 
     
    2121 
    2222=== Additional information === 
    23 http://news.google.com/ seems to trigger something in ABB to let it malfunction for every other website. Other triggers aren't known but are likely, as we received multiple reports. 
     23http://news.google.com/ triggers the malfunction by invoking a new tab. Every other website invoking popups or new tabs (e.g. http://digg.com/) cause ABB to malfunction as well.  
    2424The problem can be temporarily "fixed" by force-quitting ABB and opening it again.