lock and unlock do not work in Ubuntu 9.10

Bug #506223 reported by Waluyo Adi Siswanto on 2010-01-12
This bug affects 3 people
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Bug Description

I am expecting when I press lock the proxy setting in firefox (3.5) will be inactive. But I can freely change the proxy and other related settings. I guess the lock and unlock buttons are not functioning.

Changed in webstrict:
importance: Undecided → High
assignee: nobody → Sabily Team (sabily.team)
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bragaa (gaabab-bra) wrote :

Salam all,

Please apologize if i am using the wrong location to write this comment.
In Ubuntu 9.10, webstrict lock button does not work, it shows "firefox does not seem to be isntalled on you machine".
Is it the same bug or some configuration is missing for me ?

Thanks for your work !

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Abdelmonam Kouka (abdelmonam-kouka) wrote :

Wa alaykom assalem,

I think that this is another error, I test it and I confirm that this bug exists, please brother create another bug for that.

In fact there is no activity to develop and maintain webstrict for more than two years, we need developers to maintain this sub-project of Sabily, any volunteer?


Changed in webstrict:
status: New → Confirmed
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jMehdi (jmehdi-deactivatedaccount-deactivatedaccount) wrote :

I've uploaded version 1.5, please test it

Changed in webstrict:
status: Confirmed → Fix Committed
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Abdelmonam Kouka (abdelmonam-kouka) wrote :

Tested and works, just when webstrict start it launch only tinyproxy, so started manually dansguardian, when I tried to stop services via webstrict also only tinyproxy is stopped, I think that it act only on tinyproxy, I create a separate bug to trace that: https://bugs.launchpad.net/webstrict/+bug/519165

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