From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; FreeBSD i386; en-US; rv:1.0.0+) Gecko/20020510 BuildID: 0000000000 Basically, on the left side of the page at http://www.aa.com/, there's a menu with a number of items, "Reservations," "Travel Information," etc. Attempting to use a submenu will result in nothing apparently happening. I checked out the source, it seems somewhat reasonable to me, but perhaps there's something finicky in there. Netscape 4 on Linux follows the links properly. Mozilla 1.0rc2 on Windows 98 also does it properly, which is why I'm not convinced this is purely an HTML problem. By the way, this is a build I did on FreeBSD from a night or two ago. I tried this under a completely fresh setup, so as not to have been contaminated by my own preferences files to no effect. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Open http://www.aa.com/ 2. Put your mouse over the "Reservations" Menu on the left side. 3. Manuever the mouse over to the "Vacation Packages" submenu (Or any one, for that matter.) Actual Results: I didn't see anything happen. Like I say, I only seem to be seeing this on my Unix box, didn't notice it with a similar build on a Windows machine. Expected Results: Should have followed the link as expected. I'm willing to try and debug this if anyone has any ideas, but I'm not familiar enough with Mozilla's inner-workings to know where the intereresting places to look would be.
Win95 RC2 WFM, pops up submenu after 4 or 5 seconds, and clicking on items in the submenu goes to the appropriate link.
worksforme as well, linux trunk build 2002-05-14-09.
Not sure how I can possibly prove it in that case, but it simply isn't working for me... built on 5-10-02. This might get frustrating.
does this problem still exist with mozilla 1.1beta and a new profile?
WFM 1.1a on both Sparc/Solaris and Mac/OS 9. Reporter, notice that on the "book flight" page there are no submenus to pop up, they are disabled on that page. Maybe you were on that page and thought there was a problem?
Running with Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; FreeBSD i386; en-US; rv:1.1b) Gecko/20020731, I still see the problem. And indeed, I am on the front page and it still does not work.
does a new profile help? also wait some time, thet page must be _compleatly_ loaded until they work.
A new profile doesn't help. What I will say though is that it does not happen every single time. (I know, what a pain.) However, I just noticed a few of the times I tried it, I could get it to work and a few other times it did not. The page was completely loaded each of the times I attempted and I'm not really seeing any sort of pattern..
I've noticed that it can be slow, and you may need to move the mouse off of the menu and then back on and wait several seconds, depending on the speed of your computer.
I'm using build 20030315 on linux. I can reproduce this sporadically. I believe this is a duplicate of bug 102578. Bug 102578 is about mouse clicks causing onmouseout handlers to fire when they shouldn't. Here, the popup menus are DIVs with onmouseout handlers; the onmouseout handler calls setTimeout() to make the DIV disappear after 10ms. So mozilla has 10ms to see the button release and follow the link before the menu disappears. I find that if I do a quick press & release of the mouse, the menu items work well, but if I hold the mouse down a bit before releasing it they don't work. This is what you'd expect with bug 102578 and this page's onmouseout handler. Someone with a slower/faster computer might find it harder/easier to get the menus to work. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 102578 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Summary: Menus on this page not working as expected. → Popup menus on http://www.aa.com/ don't work
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