From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.7) Gecko/20011221 BuildID: 2001122108 The cursor shows some funny behaviour when editing text in form fields and using the cursor keys to move around. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Type some text in an empty entry field. 2.Move the cursor around (cursor keys). When trying to move past the end of the entered text, the cursor goes back to the first char. But the cursor does not go to the end when hitting Cursor-Left on the first char. 3.Sometimes, step 2 does not work. This seems to happen when the text field already had some text in it (e.g., this "Steps to Reproduce" field shows this behaviour when it's still "empty"). 4.On multi-line texts, type some text so that the last word on a line fits exactly into the entry field's width. Then hit space: The cursor seems to be glued to the end of the word, it does not move into the next line. Then hit backspace: Although the cursor still seems to be just behind the last char of the word, it does not delete that char, but the "invisible" space after the word, and the cursor does not move. 5. While the cursor is on the very end of the text, hit Cursor-Down, then Cursor-Left or Cursor-Right. The cursor jumps to somewhere in the middle or beginning of the last line. Actual Results: See above. Expected Results: For step 2, move to the last char of the field when hitting Cursor-Left on the first char. For step 3, consistent behaviour with step 2. For step 4, move the cursor to the next line as soon as the user hits Space. For step 5, go to the beginning of the text with Cursor-Right (to be consistent with the behaviour in step 2), and simply one char left with Cursor-Left.
Duplicate of "Right arrow key at end of a TEXTAREA goes to the beginning" The other issues you list are duplicates of this and other reported problems... In the future, please file one issue per bug report. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 82151 ***