When the mouse is on the link text 'Cellule linkable' it changes the colors to white, but the second time you do it does not change the color text anymore! French: Quand la souris est sur le lien 'Cellule linkable' ca change la couleurs du texte en blanc, mais le segonde passage ne change plus la couleur du texte vers le blanc. Steps to reproduce: 1.Go with the mouse to text 'Cellule linkable' 2.See it changes the text to white 3.Move the mouse away from the cell 4.Do again step 1 5.It does not changes the text to white anymore WHEN the mouse is on the text 'Cellule linkable' It should all the time change the 'Cellule linkable' text to white. It does it just one time per page loaded. -- French Ca devrait changé la couleur du texte 'Cellule linkable' en blanc. Ca le fait qu'une fois par chargement de page
Please always include build ID in bug reports. WFM: Works each time with build 2001091708 linux. Norwegian: Vær grei å alltid inkludere build ID i bug-rapporter. WFM: Virker hver gang med build ID 2001091708 linux.
I see this on Win2k, the problem here seems to be that the first time we enter the text inside the table we do fire the onmouseout for the td, which bubbles down to the td which calls its event handler that does a document.links.style.color=black, but the text doesn't turn black. To get the intended behavior you haveto change the JS in the testcase to only set the link color when you exit the td, i.e. add if (event.target.nodeName != 'TD') return; as the first thing in the onmouseout handler on the td. Reassigning to layout since the DOM code does the right thing, it sets the style of the link to black, but the first time it does that in this testcase the color of the text doesn't change, most likely due to some weird interaction with the :hover style rule in this testcase.
Assignee: jst → attinasi
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: DOM HTML → Layout
Ever confirmed: true
QA Contact: stummala → petersen
Punting to style system. Bounce as necessary.
Assignee: attinasi → dbaron
Component: Layout → Style System
QA Contact: petersen → ian
I guess I'm having trouble seeing a bug here, other than perhaps one in the event system. Once style.color is set, it should override the :hover. I think all of the strange behavior is coming from bubbled events.
David, load the latest testcase, move the mouse into the link from underneath (don't position the mouse inside this link before this), the link turns green, all is good, then move the mouse down, and the link remains green even if the onmouseout event did fire (look at the dump), the link should've turned yellow. After this, when mousing in n' out of the link the colors are backwards, mouse in, link turns yellow, mouse out and the link turns green.
David, if you take out the <style> element in the testcase the testcase works as expected.
Interesting... With that last testcase I see the problem with a current cvs build. But I don't see it with a 2001-09-14-08 build (both on linux). So something broke in the last week....
also works correctly with 2001-09-17-08
Hmm, doesn't work for me with a downloaded 2001-09-14-08 linux build.
OK. This also worksforme with a downloaded 2001-09-19-08 build, but not with my own cvs builds (opt and debug) from the same day... weird. Ignore my last week comment. :) This is looking more like some sort of race condition....
Bug also occurs on 2001-09-28-03 on Windows 98 SE.
OS: Linux → All
Summary: The link color Mozilla version: 2001091311 → strange interaction between :hover and style.color
See also bug 99344
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Priority: -- → P3
Target Milestone: --- → Future
fixed by any change somewhere? Add 4 testcases work as expected for me!
Kai, note comments 10-12. This was all very timing-dependent... Granted, dbaron's :hover rewrite may have fixed it.
I cannot reproduce the original problem that the color was wrong when the mouse is over the link, but I do see the opposite problem - the link is keeping the mouse-over color when moving the mouse outside fast. It's quite easy to reproduce (2002-08-24-04 trunk Linux): 1. Load URL http://boxfly.free.fr/test/ or attachment 49986 [details] 2. place mouse over "Reload" button and SHIFT-left-click 3. In one sweeping gesture, move the mouse over the link and out the other side below it and stop. At a certain speed of mouse movement the link will stay in it's "highlighted" state. It looks like 'onmouseout' isn't fired even though 'onmouseover' was. Should I report this second problem a separate bug and close this one as WFM?
This bug is very weird and hard to reproduce. However, if you are seeing a clearly-separate bug that's easy to reproduce and isn't filed elsewhere, please file it...
The problem I described in comment 18 is likely bug 130620 The original problem described in this bug is WFM on both Linux and Windows 2000
Marking worksforme. There are many things that could have fixed this.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 15 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
since the bug has been fixed, it should be removed from http://www.mozilla.org/docs/web-developer/bugspecs/REC-CSS1.html
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