Linux BuildId 20011112012 (Mozilla 0.9.6) Sometime, Mozilla stays on top of other windows when a new window is raising itself (like Gabber when I receive a new instant message). This is a random behaviour. When mozilla is in such state, even minimizing it has no effect => mozilla maximizes itself immediatly. This problem has appear with Mozilla 0.9.5 and was not present in Mozilla 0.9.4 Window Manager is SawFish 1.0, with GTK+ 1.2.10
Reporter: 0.9.5 is old, can you please try it again with 0.9.6 ?
Reporter, do you minimize browser windows before they start loading anything from the web? If yes, it is a duplicate of bug 92170. See that bug for details.
I'm also experiencing this problem with: Sawfish 1.0, Gtk+ 1.2.10 From what I am seing this may be common to sawfish users. Its an extreemely random bug that only affects me about once or twice a day when trying to minimize or switch active windows. Somehow mozilla seems to always grapple its way to the top window. Pressing the back button seems to stop this from happening. Maybe its something on certain pages that triggers this? Im currently on Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.6) Gecko/20011120 and experiencing this exact problem.
The problem I described appeared in Moz 0.9.5 and is still present in 0.9.6 The minimize part of this bug seems to be a duplicate of 92170. But there is still a problem with Mozilla staying on top..
> But there is still a problem with Mozilla staying on top. Leaving minimizing aside, there were two bugs (bug 77675 and bug 97067) on focus stealing. There were fixed before 0.9.5 release. One still remains (Linux specific?): bug 105225. Is this related to your problem?
Yes, I think so.. Duplicating.. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 105225 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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