[sip-comm-issues] [Issue 830] New - small empty log in window and no password stored

yanas at dev.java.net yanas at dev.java.net
Tue Jun 22 09:19:35 CEST 2010

                 Issue #|830
                 Summary|small empty log in window and no password stored
              OS/Version|Windows Vista
       Status whiteboard|
              Issue type|DEFECT
             Assigned to|issues at sip-communicator
             Reported by|yanas

------- Additional comments from yanas at dev.java.net Tue Jun 22 07:19:34 +0000 2010 -------
Bug reported by Richard Turner on dev.

1.0-alpha3-nightly.build.2747 on Windows Vista fully updated

This morning when logging in to GMail talk via a Jabber account link
using both builds 2743 and 2747 (after updating), I got a window pop up
from Sip-Communicator which did not have any text in it and composed
mainly of the title bar. The title begins with J (it says 'Jabber
authentication on the bar at the bottom of the taskbar) but I cannot
read beyond that as the window is too small and the minimise and close
buttons etc. take up the space.  The window cannot be re-sized.  When I
closed the window, I was not logged in.  I went to the Edit account
details and noticed that the password had gone (it is set as 'remember')
and re-entered it and it logged in okay.

After this had happened, I thought I would add as a GoogleTalk account
(not Jabber) another GMail login that I have.  I have the same issue
with this (the small empty pop up window and no log in).  When I go to
edit the account details, however, the password is there and it
continues not to log in.  Every time I try and change the status the
empty pop up appears.  Right now, I have the 'Sign In' window of the
Account Registration Wizard window open, the About SIP Communicator
window open and the empty Jabber Authentication window open, none of
which can be closed in any way.  I'll have to kill the program and
re-start it.

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