This has been happening as far back as I can remember, and it's always really bothered me (since I greatly prefer the keyboard over the mouse). 1.) Go into bookmarks. 2.) Do a single Find (Ctrl+F), using search criteria that will match multiple bookmarks. For instance, do a search on "http". 3.) The first item found will be correctly highlighted and selected (you can see the dotted outline above and below it). 4.) Do a Find Again (Ctrl+G). The next matching bookmark is correctly found and highlighted. However, it is *NOT* selected. You can see that the first bookmark that was found with the Ctrl+F search still has the dotted outline. At this point, if you use an up/down arrow key or press Enter (etc...), then your keyboard input will be acting on the first found bookmark, not the highlighted one. This is annoying, because I have to keep switching between keyboard and mouse (I have to click on the second found bookmark before being able to load it with the Enter key).
*** Bug 19016 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Is this a bug in 4.x or Mozilla?
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Reporter responded by email: >In a message dated 12/6/99 11:37:17 PM Eastern Standard Time, >firstname.lastname@example.org writes: > >> + Is this a bug in 4.x or Mozilla? > > >It's a bug in 4.x. I don't have Mozilla... I guess I reported the bug in the >wrong place (someone told me to report it there). > >John Marking INVALID.
The correct place to report 4.x bugs is http://help.netscape.com/forms/bug-client.html .
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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