[Affected versions]: - Nightly 51 [Affected platforms]: - Windows 10, Ubuntu 16.04 and Mac OS X 10.11 [Steps to reproduce]: 1. Open Nightly (be sure you have "findbar.modalHighlight" and "findbar.highlightAll" set to true). 2. Go to this SVG page: https://bug1294843.bmoattachments.org/attachment.cgi?id=8780694 3. Press CTRL+F to open Find toolbar. 4. Search for any word that appears on the page (e.g "ion"). [Expected result]: - The background is dimmed, the matches are highlighted, first one with a yellow background and the other ones with a high contrast background. [Actual result]: - The background is not dimmed - the matches are not properly highlighted: -- on Windows 10 the first match is not yellow, but becomes invisible as you type, and the rest off them are not highlighted at all -- on Ubuntu the first match term is written with white characters as you type, and the rest are not visible at all -- on Mac OS X - the highlight is not done at all [Regression range]: - I will investigate and post the results as soon as possible.
This has _never_ worked before.
Created attachment 8791553 [details] NewFindToolbarOff.png (In reply to Mike de Boer [:mikedeboer] from comment #1) > This has _never_ worked before. Please see the actual results that I get on Windows 10 when I set the preferences "findbar.modalHighlight" and "findbar.highlightAll" to false.
Well, that's certainly a surprise to me. Looking into it.