From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.0.0) Gecko/20020530 BuildID: 2002053012 The navigation frame on the left is shown, but the main frame is not shown. In IE both frames are shown. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. goto the above link Actual Results: Main frame is not shown. Expected Results: Main frame must be shown.
wfm with win2k build 20020720..
linux trunk cvs 2002-07-19 Two problems: 1) I do get the main frame - in a pop-up window. Reloading loads the content in the main frame; also clicking on the links in the menu on the left does load main frame contents in the proper place. 2) The navigation frame at left bottom, <http://www.fh-konstanz.de/Studium/fachb/in/wwwin/navi_script/navi_studium_ti.htm>, has <body ... onLoad="window.open('../ti/ti_home.htm','content_frame');"> and that will not work if pop-up blocking is on. The changing of the main frame content when a link in the nav frame is clicked is done similarly by changing the location of the nav frame to ./navi_studium_??.htm or similar, and then that page using the onLoad event to window.open the content in the main frame. Which will not work if pop-up blocking is turned on. Problem 2 is already filed, as bug 104470. Regarding problem 1, that appears to be a race condition of sorts, where the onLoad event in <frameset> <frameset> <frame/> <frame> <html etcetc..> <body [[[HERE]]] /> </frame> </frameset> <frame name='content_frame' /> </frameset> gets triggered before the name='content_frame' gets established, resulting in a pop-up window ...as on reload, the frame is there already, (right?)... so the window.open call hits the frame correctly. Reporter, please verify that the page works correctly when pop-up blocking (edit > preferences > advanced > scripts&pplugins > allow scripts to: open unrequested windows) is turned off, and comment here on the result.
OK, works when "open unrequested windows" is enabled, sorry for the trouble.
According to reporter, it's a matter of the local preferences, and is not a bug. ==> INVALID.