Msg#: 4067747 posted 10:41 pm on Jan 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
All I know there is a serious bug in v. 3.6 that applies to forms (like when I submit a form the post does not execute). It happened here on WW too among other respectable sites, hopefully they will fix it.
I saw this happen to my mother-in-law the other day on a emailing website she uses all the time, but she was running FF3.5.7. The next day I upgraded her to FF3.6 and the problem went away. I'm currently using FF3.6 here on Webmaster World with no problems.
[edited by: tedster at 12:53 am (utc) on Jan. 26, 2010]
Msg#: 4067747 posted 1:23 am on Jan 26, 2010 (gmt 0)
Thus far I've only seen this issue once and it was the other day. I wrote it off to the site acting goofy. I suppose it could be a Firefox bug, but if our two incidents are related it will be a pain to try and document.
In my case the computer was running FF3.5.7 and had used the site in question just the previous day with no problem. She was trying to submit a form to send an email message like she had done so many times before on that site. That evening FF3.6 was released so I updated her computer the next morning and she used it on that email site with no problem what so ever. I've been submitting forms on different forums etc. with FF3.6 with no problems at all.
Msg#: 4067747 posted 3:09 am on Jan 26, 2010 (gmt 0)
Today I tried to post here and I got the same problem (ie. after posting the message I was taken to the previous page and the message wasn't posted), then I tried to pay on a https site and got the same problem..
Msg#: 4067747 posted 2:04 am on Jan 27, 2010 (gmt 0)
Today it happened once again - this time on Paypal. I submitted the payment information (paid as a guest using my credit card) and after clicking on the submit button I got error message from Paypal saying that 'operation from the previous page could not be completed etc.'.
I guess I should get back to IE or Opera for my daily browsing until it's fixed.. I just don't see a pattern that could be repeated..