User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:57.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/57.0 Build ID: 20170803103147 Steps to reproduce: Use firefox 57 nightly (or any previous recent version): Press left ALT, which is very recent due to: - using ALT-SHIFT to switching keyboard layouts - using ALT-TAB to switching window Often mistake happen due to body coordination and brain thinking faster than body doing key-presses ;-) Actual results: - Content of page jumped. - Not pleasant to view page in these scenarios - when typing into textbox (ALT-SHIFT keyboard switch) it happends that menu is triggered by letter written after ALT is pressed Expected results: - if there is _requirement_ to have ALT binded to menu, menu should _slide_ without affecting browser (website) content - also would be useful (at least in default configuration) to not have "letter shortcuts", but that's just relatively minor issue
Summary: felt ALT key behaviour → left ALT key behaviour
> Press left ALT, which is very recent due to: I don't understand this, and a bug summary including a verb would be welcome. :) So when you only press ALT and do nothing else, the page content changes for you?
sorry, English is not my primary language. Well, just press left ALT, you'll see what I'm seeing - it's behavior not a bug. Page itself not changing, but Firefox move page to be able show line with menu. That's logical, problem is, when it often happen that you press ALT unintentionally.
This is intentional, as a way to allow easy access to the hidden-by-default menubar.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: a year ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
@Dolske Next time please be kind enough, to point, where I can fix my issues instead of explaining that it as "feature" (which it's of course and we both know it) So, for people which will have same issues as I had: - go to about:config - change value ui.key.menuAccessKeyFocuses to false So, this is SOLVED for me, in case you'll suffer by this default setting, feel free to change it :)
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