* TITLE/SUMMARY [PP] Holding down arrow key on Mac only results in one scroll event * STEPS TO REPRODUCE 0) Launch Apprunner 1) Click into the browser's content region 2) Hold down the bottom-facing arrow. * RESULT - What happened The browser scrolls downwards, once. Other key events (e.g. holding down an "f" key within a text field) do repeat. - What was expected Scroll arrow events to repeat, like other key events. * REGRESSION - Occurs On Mac OS Apprunner (1999 10/01 08:00 optimized build) - Doesn't Occur On Win32 Apprunner (1999 10/01 08:00 optimized build [NT 4, Service Pack 5]) Linux Apprunner (1999 10/01 08:00) * CONFIGURATIONS TESTED - [Mac] Beige Power Mac G3 (266 MHz PowerPC 750), 96 MB RAM (VM on; 1 MB of VM used), 1024x768 (Thousands of Colors), Mac OS 8.6 - [Win32] Vectra VL (233 MHz P2), 96 MB RAM, 800x600 (True Color), NT 4.0 SP5. - [Linux] Vectra VL (266 MHz P2), 96 MB RAM. Red Hat Linux 6.0 (GNOME).
[QA Assigning to self.]
Assignee: saari → brade
Summary: [PP] Holding down arrow key on Mac only results in one scroll event → Holding down arrow key on Mac only results in 1 scroll event
Target Milestone: M11
reassign to myself, the bug is in joki's event code. I need him to review it. Auto-key events are supposed to generate only one keydown but the scrolling code is checking for arrow keys only on keydown (rather than keypress). I'm going to remove the [pp] designation as changes will affect all platforms and it's likely that key repeat problems will be found on Linux and Windows.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
this was fixed last week
Using this morning's build (1999101812) on Mac, arrow page keys, and Page Up/Page Down keys no longer do anything. (0 scroll events.) Thus, re-opening. (Worked fine on this morning's Linux build, Win32 won't decompress.)
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Closed: 20 years ago → 20 years ago
resolve as fixed. Actually it does work on Macintosh. There does seem to be a focus problem though. You need to click in the page in order for the key events to be received. Eli--Are there other focus problems like this? Is a bug already filed?
Doh. I can't believe that. I mean, I just double-checked, and I do believe it, but I *know* I explicitedly placed focus within the window by clicking before re- opening the bug, and the arrow key didn't do anything. I wonder if I could have clicked in dead space. Many duplicate bugs have been reported on the focus issue; 9701 is root.
Doh. Good morning. I mean, "pressed the arrow key twice", not "double-clicked".
Component: Event Handling → User events and focus handling
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