Build of Feb 20th 2002, when starting Mozilla for the first time, and going to Adress book or Mail and News, the Account Wizard pops up. But there is no Radio Button Selected, and it is not selectible. When you now, hit cancel, and try again the buttons are there and selectible. But when you quit mozilla and restart it and then for the first time, get the Account Wizard you have the same results, no radio buttons selected and not selectible. To show better what I mean, attached two Jpegs
Created attachment 70535 [details] Initial Setup This is what you see when you start Mozilla for the first time
Created attachment 70536 [details] Second time This is what you get, when you have canceled the first time the Account Wizard, but have *NOT* quitted Mozilla and start it the second time. After Quitting Mozilla and restarting you get the first picture again.
it fails to load the gif with the "selected radio button" look. If you look at the outline, that indicates what is selected, so things work - but not quite as it shold. Dup. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 109997 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Sorry for the dupe, but I swear I have searched using bugzilla's query, I've search for bugs in MailNews->Account Wizard and with the Summary Keyword Wizard and have not found the dupe (or overlooked). Sorry
No problem. If it's an obvious problem like this there might already be dupes that have been verified as dupes. You could have queried - for the Status field select New/Assigned/Reopened/Resolved/Verified all at once - then for the Summary field you could have entered "radio buttons". - If you found a match that is a dupe then the bug would have directed you to the main bug. I can see how the main bug for this issue is hard to find since it's in the Product: Browser and Component: XP Toolkit/Widgets:XUL. Thanks for your help. Marking Verified Duplicate.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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