Build 1999090808M11: Win32/NT4, Linux/Redhat 6.0, Mac 8.5.1 Overview: Select the top level folder for an account (i.e. qatest20). The Title Bar should state "Netscape: <account>" instead of placing the folder name. Steps to reproduce: 1. Start Mail 2. Select the top level account folder (i.e. qatest on nsmail-2) 3. Look at the Title Bar and it displays "Netscape: qatest20 on nsmail-2 on qatest20 on nsmail-2". Actual Results: This is difficult to read. Expected Results: Would like the Title Bar to only show the <account> information. For instance "Netscape: qatest20 on nsmail-2" or "Netscape: Earthlink" (when using a pretty name).
Assigning to alecf, setting QA Contact to nbaca and adding lchiang to Cc: list.
Build 1999092209M11: NT4, Linux After selecting the account the Title Bar adds "Mozilla" after the account. For instance "news.mozilla.org" displays as "news.mozilla.orgMozilla" or "qatest20 on nsmail-2" displays as "qatest20 on nsmail-2Mozilla".
Same results for the Mac.
Arg. Looks like I was misspelling "separator" as "seperator"... but this was being hidden by the bug that makes all IFRAMEs update the title. With this fix (to be checked in tomorrow) it will display as <accountname> - <productname> or <folder> on <accountname> - <productname> as in Earthlink - Mozilla or INBOX on Earthlink - Mozilla All toplevel windows are using the same schema, "<title> - <product>" so jglick should update the specs (since they won't say <product>: <title>)
Should this be marked as Resolved/Fixed?
nope, I haven't actually checked in yet (checkins take more time now because they require approval, etc)
ok, it now says <account> - <product> as soon as you load a message, it will clear the title entirely though. This is not my bug, this is the appshell's bug - they are propagating titles from IFRAMES all the way to the top of the document.
Build 1999092409M11: Win32/NT4, Linux/Redhat 6.0, Mac 8.5.1 Verified Fixed. Although the title disappears quickly as Alec mentions.
UE spec updated to reflect this. Thanks for the heads up nbaca!