8.8.4 & 8.8.5 addons infinite loop and freeze issues

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Re: 8.8.4 & 8.8.5 addons infinite loop and freeze issues

by cul8rv8 on Mon Oct 27, 2014 10:23 am

Yes, same result on 33.0.1 this morning after updating Firefox.
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Re: 8.8.4 & 8.8.5 addons infinite loop and freeze issues

by Havok10 on Sun Nov 02, 2014 9:48 am

I have the same issues as well on Firefox 33.01.

For me it is never the same action. It is a random spot in the script.

I also run a loop of 300 plays. I can get freeze on #117 after working fine up until then.

Sometimes it will freeze and sometimes I get an infinite loop of a single line.
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Re: 8.8.4 & 8.8.5 addons infinite loop and freeze issues

by Tech Support on Fri Nov 07, 2014 3:32 am

Thanks for all the good information in this (and other) posts. -> This issue is fixed in V8.87 - available here: http://wiki.imacros.net/iMacros_for_Fir ... on_History
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Re: 8.8.4 & 8.8.5 addons infinite loop and freeze issues

by skippyto on Fri Nov 07, 2014 6:11 am

Thanks Tech Support.

I confirm that I have had no issue with the 8.8.7 addon.

I tested several scripts (js+iim) on the new version with :
- Win XP + FF31
- Win XP + FF33.0.3 (new Cache Bakend activated)
- Win 7 Pro + FF33.0.3 (both new Cache Bakend activated and desactivated)

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Re: 8.8.4 & 8.8.5 addons infinite loop and freeze issues

by cloullin on Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:18 am

Sorry the issue is still not solved for me under Windows 8.1, FF33.0.3 and iMacros 8.8.7. The script I posted on Tue Sep 28 under the same topic still blocks at line 13. The form field is not filled and the file is not saved in the folder indicated. Instead the file is saved in the default Windows download folder. When repeating the download the file is in addition not overwritten but an new file SA(1).csv is created.
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Re: 8.8.4 & 8.8.5 addons infinite loop and freeze issues

by cloullin on Sun Nov 23, 2014 12:31 am

Hello, is there anybody out there? ;-)
I still have this issue. Can anyone (especially the support) reproduce it?
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Re: 8.8.4 & 8.8.5 addons infinite loop and freeze issues

by Snayler on Tue Nov 25, 2014 1:19 pm

There are still issues with version 8.8.7
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Re: 8.8.4 & 8.8.5 addons infinite loop and freeze issues

by lanx on Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:24 am

cloullin wrote:Hello, is there anybody out there? ;-)
I still have this issue. Can anyone (especially the support) reproduce it?


Once a new version is released, there's a high chance that developers will ignore posts referring to previous versions which are supposed to be properly fixed even it they're still buggy.

So, my recommendation is to open a new thread with a clear, unique and unambiguous subject, just like I did here:

Please, add your comments there, so that the developers could quickly focus on the issues related to current version.
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