> Hi all,
> Sorry I'm not sophisticated enough to file a bug (also, that seems a
> little presumptuous for a random user to do...).
It's quite easy: Once you have determined that some Mozilla product has
a bug (or even needs an improvement), browse to
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ . Then, if you don't yet have an account,
get one (it's free as in beer); if you do, make sure you're logged-in.
Then click "New" near top left or bottom left of the page, and proceed
from there. The bug-reporting page has help links to explain what you
might not understand, and a "Search" form allowing you to look for
already reported bugs presenting the same symptoms. Don't bypass that
search: if you find that someone else has already reported "your" bug,
you don't need to report it again, but you can vote for his bug.
If anyone, even a "random" user, gets hit by a bug, he should report it,
because if a bug isn't reported, it cannot be fixed.
But in our enthusiasm, we could not resist a radical overhaul of the
system, in which all of its major weaknesses have been exposed,
analyzed, and replaced with new weaknesses.
-- Bruce Leverett, "Register Allocation in Optimizing