From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:0.9.9) Gecko/20020311 BuildID: 2002031104 If you visit a page with: <meta HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="60"> in the <head> and minimise the page, when the page refreshs the minimised window pops to the front and grabs focus. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. go to page that uses meta refresh tag 2. minimise browser 3. wait for refresh Actual Results: window pops up, grabs focus Expected Results: nothing at all.
Can't reproduce this on W2K 2002032408. Tom, is there a specific site that you get this with? It may be that the site has something like <BODY onLoad="window.focus()"> which is causing it to grab focus. Also, what is your setting for 'Preferences > Advanced > Scripts & Windows > Raise or lower windows'? Does changing this make any difference? If neither of these things apply, please could you try to reproduce this on a recent build? (See ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/nightly/latest/) This seems very similar to bug 105225 and related bugs. Please could you check these and mark this as a duplicate if appropriate. Resummarizing to make this easier to find, Severity -> Normal (it's irritating but not serious).
> window.focus There is a window.resizeTo but thats it - HTML now attached. Removing this resize stops the window pop-ing back up. Doesn't seem to be a dup.
I see this just below the BODY tag: <script> window.resizeTo(450,400); </script> With 'Preferences > Advanced > Scripts & Windows > Move or resize existing windows' checked, this does indeed cause the window to focus itself when it refreshed. Confirming, reassigning.
Related to bug 111545?
Doesn't look like a dup., no. Any news on getting this fixed, Ian ?
I can also confirm this bug, resizeTo still take the focus on Firefox 3.5.5 . It seems to be only on Windows versions (tested on XP and Seven), I don't see this bug on MacOSX Leopard with the same Firefox version.