This is weird, build 2002022603 on Win98: 1. Go to http://www.mozilla.org/projects/mathml/start.xml 2. Ctrl+click on any of the links in the page. Expected results: Open the link in a new tab. Actual results: Nothing happens.
I thought, <ctrl>+click should open a new window for the URL ? But I can confirm the effect, <ctrl>+click does not work on that URL (tested with dayly 2002030208 / win98).
email@example.com, can you turn off the pref that opens tabs instead of windows for ctrl-click, and see if it does open a new window?
Nevermind, I guess that's what Rainer is saying. -> xpapps, cc blake.
Component: Tabbed Browser → XP Apps
-> default owner
Assignee: jaggernaut → trudelle
I assume this is because it is an xml page? Should work, but still pretty obscure and harmless. ->future
Target Milestone: --- → Future
*** Bug 131507 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
See bug 131507 comment #1 regarding preventBubble(). Boris created a minimal testcase as attachment 74652 [details].
Reassigning to blake, ccing jag. Resetting milestone and requesting re-triage, since this is not an XML issue -- this is something any page can do at will to disable our various "special click" behaviors. The problem is that the page calls preventBubble() on all mouse click events in the onclick handler of <body>, so they never bubble out to the <tabbrowser>.
Assignee: trudelle → blaker
OS: Windows 98 → All
Hardware: PC → All
Target Milestone: Future → ---
Created attachment 82202 [details] [diff] [review] Basic idea We should be using capture, imo, not bubbling. Attaching patch which does that... This needs a lot more work. For example, if we are opening a new window/tab due to modifiers on the click we may want to .stopPropagation() the event or something like that...
16 years ago
Summary: Can't open tabs on this page → Can't open tabs on this page (preventBubble breaks contentAreaClick)
16 years ago
That's probably not the attachment you meant (some dtd in mailnews)
Er... right... The patch just changed from using an onload attribute to attaching an EventListener with the capture arg set to true (the attaching was done in the <tabbrowser> constructor).
resolve as invalid per bug 105280 or change summary?
Bah, pedantry. The important part is the effect, not the cause (there are at least two different ways to stop event propagation _without_ calling preventBubble()). And this particular page _is_ using preventBubble(), so resummarizing would just confuse people.
Assignee: bross2 → jag
QA Contact: bugzilla
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Last Resolved: 8 years ago
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