Build ID: 1999090908 Platform: RH Linux 6, Windows NT To reproduce: - Launch apprunner - Display the sidebar - Scroll down to see the Bookmarks area - Click a few times on the down arrow on the scrollbar in the Bookmarks area Result: A new browser window is opened. In this window, the following files are listed: bm-panel.xul, bm-props.js, bm-props.xul, bookmark-popup.js... etc. Expected result: Nothing should happen if the list has already been scrolled all the way down.
I see this too. Looks like a tree bug. Reassigning to hyatt.
*** Bug 13379 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 13646 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 11508 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
My hands have deteriorated to the point where I can no longer type. I need help. If you think you can fix this bug on your own, please take it away from me. If you'd like to volunteer to be my hands for a specific bug, then I'll be happy to come up to your cube and sit with you and fix the bug (assuming you have the patience for that).
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 9029 ***
Not being terrifically bright when it comes to DOM, how exactly is this a duplicate of "DOM events with anonymous nodes as targets should not bubble up to non-anonymous nodes"? Please help!
The scrollbar click should be consumed before the handler that is installed on the tree even sees it. Because it is being allowed to bubble up from the scrollbar to the tree, the handler on the tree mistakenly views the click on the scrollbar as a click on a bookmark item in the tree. The fix is to prevent the click event on the scrollbar from being seen by the handler on the tree.
Aha! Verifying this one as duplicate.