>>> My Info: Win7_64, Nightly 48, 32bit, ID 20160317030235 STR: 1. Open http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/01/10/are-russians-and-ukrainians-the-same-people.html 2. Scroll a bit down so that "READ THIS. list" became fully visible 3. Make sure that the 1st item in that list is only partially grayed out. 4. Hover mouse over the text in the 2nd item in that list 5. Hold left mouse button 6. Move mouse to the left, to the article's text (move it away from the 2nd item) 7. Release left mouse button AR: The 2nd item is clicked. If I set breakpoint on 'click' event, it fires with e.explicitOriginalTarget == the 2nd item. If I add attribute [onclick="console.log('fake click')"] to the 2nd item (<a> element), then I see that message in console. ER: No click, because I moved mouse away. Just like in GoogleChrome browser Note: A friend of mine (who is "regular joe" Mozilla is aiming to) was very disappointed when I showed him several cases when Firefox fails to do this trick - "mousedown-drag-mouseup to cancel click" He's using GoogleChrome btw
Whiteboard: [parity-Chrome] → [parity-Chrome] btpp-followup-2016-04-18
Same story as in bug 1257816. there's a `overflow: hidden;` on `.sidebar .rtl-list .rtl-item h3, .sidebar .rtl-list .rtl-item h4`. Without that, dragging out does not fire the click event. This is tracked in bug 1187591.
Depends on: 1187591
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: a year ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Whiteboard: [parity-Chrome] btpp-followup-2016-04-18 → [parity-Chrome]
Duplicate of bug: 1187591
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