Please attach a crash log so that we can see more information about the crash. See <http://webkit.org/quality/crashlogs.html> for more information about how to get a crash log.
I can't seem to reproduce this. Can you give more specific steps?
When I saw this and tried it I crashed repeatedly at:
I do not anymore. Could it have been an ad?
(I was excited, because it seemed to be the same crash I was experiencing in Bug 20480.)
You must click on a link for a song, or one that is labeled new music. which will re-direct you to a separate download page. On that page when you click the green "download" button the browser will crash every time.
In fact you do not even need to click on the download link, just click any link on the page that leads to music and it will open up another window/tab to a download page and crash.
I cannot reproduce this by following the above steps. Yes, it is possible that this is related by a particular ad.
As Mark said, please attach a crash log.
All you need to do is click a link to "read more" or "new music" an it will direct you to another page with a green download link which invokes the JS engine.
(In reply to comment #7)
> All you need to do is click a link to "read more" or "new music" an it will
> direct you to another page with a green download link which invokes the JS
I also cannot reproduce the reported crash bug in WebKit r39572.
Jason we need full crash log. Without it we unable to proceed with this bug report.
I have to close this bug since we are unable to reproduce it for now.
Feel free to reopen it if you still experience crashed in the latest WebKit, but please remember to attach requested details.