From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:0.9.9) Gecko/20020311 BuildID: 2002031104 can't paste text into " Run SQL query/queries on database XXX" textfield until I click another textfield and then click back on the original textfield. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. get access to phpMyAdmin(we're running 2.2.3), the url to ours is passworded and restricted. 2. select a database from the menu on the left. 3. write a query in a text editor, select, and ctrl-c it into the clipboard 4. click on the textfield labeled "Run SQL query/queries on database XXX" (XXX being the database you selected) 5. try to ctrl-v it into the textarea. it won't work. 6. click the file field underneath labeled "Or Location of the textfile" and then click back to the SQL query textarea and ctrl-v. now it works. how wierd. Actual Results: paste wouldn't work, or even show up in the "Edit" menu until i performed the actions previously listed Expected Results: mozilla should have allowed pasting the first time, without having to click other form elements and then click back to it.
Can you find another example that doesn't require an account ? Alternatively can you try a new mozilla build ?
Both mozilla and php admin have been seriously upgraded since this time. Reporter: can you still produce? It seems likely that this has been corrected. I use php mysql admin all the time in mozilla, and have never seen this particular problem, nor could I reproduce it.
no response from reporter for >60 days, resolving as WORKSFORME. reporter - if you can reproduce this with a recent build of mozilla, please reopen this bug and give details. thanks.