Created attachment 8493062 [details] google_middle.png STR: - Open a new instance of the browser - Search for "mozilla" in the searchbar using Google - In the now opened results-page, search for "firefox" using the site's searchbar (hit enter!) - Now right-click on the "Back"-button in the navbar, and middle-click on the entry for the "mozilla"-search to reopen it in a new tab ER: The "mozilla"-resultspage is shown. AR: After showing the mozilla-results for a second, the page switches to showing the results for "firefox", thanks to Google Instant, and ultimately changes the title to "firefox - ..." as well. The URL is showing "mozilla" as the query, though. I don't know how much of the problem is because of Firefox and how much is because of Google's usage of all kinds of JS-tricks. FWIW, in Chrome, the same procedure is working. IE doesn't offer the middle-click in the "Back"-menu, so I couldn't test it. Regression-range: Last good revision: 9bcc52594322 (2014-01-17) First bad revision: 298f262f21ff (2014-01-18) Pushlog: http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/pushloghtml?fromchange=9bcc52594322&tochange=298f262f21ff
I'm able to reproduce it with FF17, it's more a Google thing.
Created attachment 8493219 [details] ff17 - good.mp4 (In reply to Loic from comment #1) > I'm able to reproduce it with FF17, it's more a Google thing. I cannot reproduce it with 17.0.9esr.
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