From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC; en-US; rv:0.9.6) Gecko/20011120 BuildID: 2001112011 When you drag a bookmark across the toolbar, it's not clear exactly where it will be moving to. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Drag a bookmark in the toolbar to the left or right Actual Results: There is no visual indication of where the bookmark will go when you release the mouse. Expected Results: When dragging over a folder, the folder should highlight. When dragging between other bookmarks or folders, a vertical line should appear to indicate that the bookmark you're dragging will be moved between those items. It works on Linux. Don't have a Windows box handy at the moment to try it. Go ahead, just try dragging a bookmark between two folders, without that vertical line to tell you when you're dragging between them instead of onto one of them.
Related to bug 101059.
Confirming as an RFE. Revising Summary and guessing XP Miscellany for now.
um, if you confirmed it as an RFE, why does it still say unconfirmed?
Whoops, forgot to actually confirm.
No indication on x86/Linux eaither. -> All/All. I thought there used to be an 'I' lookin' thing that indicated where you were droping.
->XP Apps default assignee
->xpapps d&d, cc ben
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 121543 ***
Shouldn't that be a dupe of this bug, since this one's older? Ah well, verifying dupe.
Yeah, I did a bad thing. But I've already talked to Joe about it, and he knows what that bug means, so I figured I'd leave that one on his list. That one is also targetted and assigned already (and to the right person, at that).