From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:0.9.5+) Gecko/20011029 BuildID: 2001102903 When I seach for bugs in Bugzilla, and later do a search on Google, the search field remains populated by the search terms I originally used at Goolge. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Go to google. enter "gojira attacks" in the search field. In the sidebar search, "gojira attacks" appears in the search field, the results are indicated in the search results field. Everything is good. 2. Go to the mozilla URL mentioned above. In "Step 2. Search for your bug" enter "sidebar search" and hit the Search button. Actual Results: A list of bug numbers in listed in the search results field. Bugzilla is entered in the "using" field. "gojira attacks" remains in the search parameters field. Expected Results: The search parameters should either contain "sidebar search" or should at least be cleared. When a new browser window is opened, and the search list is reconstructed, the search parameter field is cleared in the new browser window, but not in ones that are already opened.
this is search...
whoops, I meant for the summary to read "searching in 'Bugzilla'", not 'Mozilla'.
Since this bug was reported, a newer version of Mozilla (1.0 RC1) has been released. Reporter, please can you check to see whether this bug is still present in a recent build (Moz1-RC1 or a new nightly build). If this bug does not occur please can you resolve the bugreport?
Searches do not appear in the sidebar in 2002042209, unless the search is performed from the sidebar. Is that how the search sidebar is supposed to work? If so, I guess this bug is... INVALID?
INVALID by last comment. pi