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0000160Kolibri OS (trunk)Applicationspublic2022-01-30 09:21
Reporterfloppy121 Assigned Toleency  
Status assignedResolutionopen 
PlatformAny x86 / Любой x86OSKolibriOSOS VersionSVN autobuilds
Product VersionSVN build / автосборка SVN 
Target VersionSVN build / автосборка SVN 
Summary0000160: cmm/browser/webview: open "old web" - OK, but go to it from other page -> crash
DescriptionThere's a very interesting website , which has about 15 GB of "hidden knowledge" text articles on the unusual topics. This website is really lightweight (old web style) and should work fine in WebView. However, I found a stability problem:

if I go to the homepage and click on "Novedades Semanales / Weekly News" button (in the middle of top part of page), it causes a WebView crash. WebView also crashes if, after loading a homepage in the first tab, I click a "New tab" and copy-paste & open the link of this button there:

But, if I open this button's link directly after WebView start, then it loads OK without a crash. So, maybe this crash is happenning when the used memory of WebView goes above a certain size: although these are really lightweight pages, they have a lot of text on them. But I'm running KolibriOS natively ( as a virtual floppy inside a BIOS ) on Lenovo G505S laptop with 16GB RAM, so a low PC memory (i.e. VirtualBox small RAM config) can't be a cause of these crashes.

You may also experiment with clicking the various buttons on top of page: "Finalidad / Mission Statement" , "Las Pleyades / The Pleyades" and so on. All the pages are lightweight but WebView crashes frequently when switching between them, I don't know why. Please take a look
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SVN revision / ревизия SVNr9675
Type of distribution / Тип дистрибутиваimg / образ дискеты


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Date Modified Username Field Change
2022-01-30 09:21 floppy121 New Issue
2022-01-30 09:21 floppy121 Status new => assigned
2022-01-30 09:21 floppy121 Assigned To => leency