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Comment 15 John J. I still get the same error even after adding it –sfdcFanBoy Jul 30 '15 at 4:09 | show 1 more comment up vote 2 down vote Something is likely wrong with If not your profile could be corrupt. It seems amazing that it has taken so long for a fix to be found. 8/6/2009Carol 0 0I am not a developer like you guys, but I am having the same http://centralpedia.com/uncaught-exception/uncaught-exception-error-permission-denied-for.html

In reply to John McCormack • Jul 21, 2010 nt=No Text Reply Reply with quote Complain rm2 • Senior Member • Posts: 1,348 Re: Unable to Post to Forums At first i thought it was maybe something conflicting at my end but ive removed all other javascript on the page etc just to make sure but no joy. i'm not seeing the error with firebug but rather with the web developer toolbar. Therefore, it *is* a line of javascript that error console could refer to (*see below). https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=434522

Examples:Error: WidgetUserMessages is undefined Source File: Line: 1Error: Permission denied for (document.domain has not been set) to call method Location.toString on (document.domain=).Error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Security error" code: "1000" nsresult: "0x805303e8 Please can you post the script.parent.document.getElementById('transpdiv').style.display='none';Will 13 1Sorry, raw xml won't show up here. Can we use the method you used to tell Firebug users this information? Last Comment Bug434522 - Permission denied to call method Location.toString provides inadequate information Summary: Permission denied to call method Location.toString provides inadequate inform...

The only reason that I know this error occurs for some of our Firefox users is that we have an window.onerror function defined that sends me an email when this error Comment 45 John J. Any idea why this didn't work?Will 1 0Sorry, I've disabled certain tags to prevent injection attacks. Paste the errors, and 5.

Permission denied to call method Location.toString Jump to Line Go Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. If you figure it out, please let me know and I'll update the article!Derrick 0 0I don't know what's wrong. Hit the feedback page ( http://www.dpreview.com/misc/feedback.asp ), 4. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13100611/replace-url-from-youtube-to-embed-code-error-permission-denied-to-access-prop What can app developers to avoid it?

Reproduction in whole or part in any form or medium without specific written permission is prohibited. Comment 72 W 2014-08-02 10:27:21 PDT Reopened bug is here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=385676 and here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1015700 Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. Barton 2008-06-25 09:09:21 PDT There is a test case on bug 440275. Would having the origins there help? (I don't think so, but I'm not the > one debugging these cases.) I don't think there's anything the developer can > do to avoid

  • Just to clarify, you'd like separate bugs created for the issues mentioned in comment 26?
  • Comment 43 John J.
  • Barton 2008-07-08 21:32:10 PDT We are starting to plan for Firebug 1.3.

I have downgraded my flash and evem added your above mentionned script and nothing changes..please help me.Will 0 0You need to be a little less vague there sydawn.Paul 0 0Don't see https://github.com/lxj/javascript-exception-archives/blob/master/content/wiki/permission-denied-to-access-property-xxx.md i have an iframe from domain A calling in an html page from domain B and have the crossdomain.xml file set up on domain A and domain B yet i am Isn't the plugin launched by Firefox because of an or tag? errorContext.window : null; 331 332 win1 = getRootWindow(win1); 333 win2 = getRootWindow(win2); 334 if (win1 && win1 != win2) 335 { 336 var win1Name = safeGetWindowLocation(win1); 337 var win2Name = safeGetWindowLocation(win2);

Comment 42 Mike Shaver (:shaver -- probably not reading bugmail closely) 2008-08-13 22:00:26 PDT There is no line number or call stack or filename available, I suspect, because the Flash plugin http://centralpedia.com/uncaught-exception/uncaught-exception-com-exception-with-message-error-0x80020003.html Not all Flash objects break on Firefox, perhaps obviously, and per comment 39 we don't believe that this is anything new. (Perhaps also obviously: your test case should indicate how the On another note, the error message should state why the permission check failed. Is there someway to reference the crossdomain.xml file in the html/javascript that calls the flash file from the other domain?

To clarify, is it true to say that clients can do dothing to by-pass this if they have Firefox3 and Flash (or better) and that the serving web sites have After making one post the errors have returned. Any plan or ETA for a plan? check over here Gone back to IE 7, not 8. (nt) In reply to John McCormack • Jul 20, 2010 -- hide signature -- Regards, BazWell, I'll see your Cher, and your Streisand...

and GMail accounts without any problems. I think those should be unblocked and not on the list of 'Recently block sites'.In case you can't find a solution here, I suggest you post it again in the PC Reply Reply with quote Complain Gracenrich • Regular Member • Posts: 435 Re: For all who cannot post using Firefox In reply to John McCormack • Jul 18, 2010

I have to disable use of flash for Flash because of it.

this is my code. Patch coming up to improve the error reporting here. lovation.tostring. (On firebug)Trying to learn this cross domain so it gives me perrmission. John, was the comment 0 result with trunk?

That is, I'll claim that the platform is throwing the exception when it should not. I go to tools, error console, and this shows. The most frustrating thing is that I can't find any way to get around it (other than not using flash). this content These are corresponding pages, identical except that the inner page's javascript has the onerror handler above) iframe and parent on different domains: http://www.kersploosh.com/error-demo-crash.html Linux: Firefox crashes Mac: Firefox crashes Windows: the

It didn't work. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I check crossdomain.xml on our web server and it wasn't even there. Reading mode: Light Dark Login | Register NewsReviewsArticlesBuying GuideSample ImagesVideosCamerasLensesPhonesPrintersForumsGalleriesChallenges Forum indexOpen TalkChange forum Unable to Post to Forums using Firefox 3.6.6 Started Jul 16, 2010 | Discussions Shop cameras &

Comment 66 benj 2009-05-24 17:27:25 PDT Gentlemen... Note that on trunk loading the ajaxian.com page doesn't give the error for me. SWFObject has detected a similar error: http://groups.google.com/group/swfobject/browse_thread/thread/7d12d0c44cf5652/2855e6a644efd74c?lnk=gst&q=permission+denied#2855e6a644efd74c Status: WontFix Nov 26, 2009 #8 [email protected] Hello, Actually, this issue is not Firefox specific - it relays to data access across multiple Comment 56 Kyle 2008-08-19 07:02:22 PDT For what it's worth, I have not in any of my tests experienced any flash failures, only "unexpected" errors in the error console in FF2

It does have a try/catch around it, so it appears that anything other than malformed javascript just gets silently discarded. Or is it just that you aren't allowed to mess with that property? error message, but only with Firebug installed. I list browser generated event handlers in Firebug, getting their source from script decompile.

m[1] : ""; 513 if (errorScheme == "javascript") 514 return null; 515 516 var isChrome = false; 517 518 if (!category) 519 return Firebug.showChromeErrors ? But in any case if you have a test case where Firebug stops working after one of these messages, please post it to our bug list so we can try to