From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:0.9.6) Gecko/20011120 BuildID: 200112009 Under certain circumstances the find dialog is not disabled when it should be. I'm using an imap mail account with multiple folders on the server. Try my steps to reproduce it. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Open mail, log on to imap server, and press control-f. There is no mail displayed, so the find dialog doesn't show up, everything correct. 2.Choose another imap folder - like sent, drafts, or one of your private folders. 3.After the headers have loaded, do NOT click on any message, but click control-f. There is still no message displayed in the message window, but there is a find dialog showing up. I think that the find dialog and the find again button should be grayed when there is no message... Actual Results: I got a find dialog, but no message it was searching. No crashes or so, fortunately Expected Results: Grayed find dialog if there's no message to display It's not an important bug at all. Please don't waste your time on fixing it if you don't think you have to.
Is this an IMAP only problem, or does it also apply to POP3? If it's IMAP only, why?
I added a pop mail account to test that. It seems that with POP the find dialog is implemented correctly. So it's only an IMAP problem... It also seems that the menu entry for the find dialog 'is' grayed, but the control-f works with imap. After pressing control f and closing the find dialog, the menu entry is no longer grayed. Why? I don't know where I can get the source code from, but if you tell me I can have a look at it.
dup of bug 37158?
I filed the bug last November.. quite some time has passed since then, and it seems that the bug was fixed. At least I can't reproduce it anymore with Windows RC3. I suggest that we choose resolved-worksforme. OK? PS: It really seems to be a duplicate of 37158... so maybe someone should ask them if they still have a way to reproduce their problem.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 37158 ***
marking verified as a duplicate