STR: 1. Load https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page (chosen because it has a lot of links) 2. Enter Print Preview mode 3. Middle-click around on the Print Preview page several times in different locations. 4. Close Print Preview mode Expected results: Since there are no links shown in Print Preview mode, no new tabs have been opened as a result of the middle-clicking. Actual results: Some of the middle-clicks caused new tabs to open. It appears as if the middle-clicks go through to the real page which is "under" the Print Preview page, and are handled there.
Botond, isn't this due to the links still being active in the print preview document to a certain extent? I.e. bug 127909? Print preview is implemented by opening a new tab and then hiding all the normal browser UI, so there shouldn't be an "original document underneath".
You're right, on closer inspection the opened links correspond to the text that was clicked on the preview page itself, not the corresponding position on the original page. I guess that makes this a duplicate of bug 127909.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 10 months ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 127909
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