From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC; en-US; rv:0.9.5+) Gecko/20011030 BuildID: 2001103008 [apple]-clicking on a link in a image-map should force the link to open in a new window. instead, nothing happens. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. find a page with a image-map 2. [apple]-click on any link Actual Results: nothing Expected Results: link should open in a new window regression issue -- works in 20011017 [ctrl]-clicking does what's supposed: brings up the context-menu clicking normally works as usual. NOTE to other platforms: the special-keys are different from other platforms, which is normal behaviour workaround : use [ctrl]-click and the context-menu
Am also seeing equivalent bad behavior in Windows 2000. I have enabled the Open in new Tab preference(the checkin of which probably caused this(but since I consider open in new Window to be useless w/o the Open in new Tab pref please don't back it out :))), and the equivalent to Apple-click is middle-click, but when I middle click on an image map nothing happens.
Umm, since I don't think an example of an image map is necessarily trivial to find, if you need an example look at the site navigation bar at the top of http://www.shadowmarch.com
Please provide a testcase. It would be helpful. Thanks!!
Upon accessing the URL Crump provided, I clicked on "About" and the link was correctly followed. When I command-clicked on the same link, the "About" area was briefly surrounded by a border, which was then replaced by a border around the entire map image. The link was neither followed (failure 1), nor was it opened in a new window (failure 2). Confirming, revising Summary, and populating URL field. The Severity is correct; the workaround is to use the contextual menu to open the link in a new window.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Summary: [apple]-click on image-map doesn't work → Command-click on a linked image map area fails to follow link
Just reporting that this bug appears to be fixed for me on Windows 2000 as of Build 2001120108(though it may very well have been fixed earlier and I just didn't notice.)
Seems to be resolved implicitly ?-) Bug no longer present on MacOS 9.1 I'm changing status to FIXED
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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