User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.5; Windows NT 4.0; T312461) Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; OpenVMS US; rv:1.2.1) Gecko/20030214 SWB/V1.2.1 (HP), build 2003021414 This is the instruction: For the following words preceeded or followed by a non-alpha character, only the word "foo" should be highlighted upon a double-click: foo- foo? foo... But when you double-click on "foo... " everything is highlighted, even the "..." The following two-word pairs, concatenated by a non-alpha character, should only be highlighted as individual words upon a double-click. (e.g. "foo" or "bar") foo/bar foo=bar foo_bar bar&grill Same thing here: what is highlighted is "foo/bar " instead of "foo" Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Click on http://www.mozilla.org/quality/browser/front- end/testcases/selection/double-click-text/double-click-text-d.html 2. Click on this link double-click-text.html 3. Double click on "foo... " or "foo/bar " Actual Results: Text and non-alpha character is highlighted. I saw this on Mozilla/SWB OpenVMS Version. I couldn't see this on Linux because I could find any written text for it. But this works in Windows NT. I mean, double-clik on "foo/bar " pair not Mozilla for Windows NT. Expected Results: Only "foo" should be highlighted !
I see the same behaviour with Netscape 7 on Windoze. I think the test is wrong.
Reporter: The behaviour under 2003030504 / XP seems correct to me. Note that what is highlighted changes based on *where* you double-click. For example, if I double click on any of the letters in "foo..." only "foo" is highlighted. It's only when I double-click on the whitespace between "o" and "." that everything is highlighted. (Which is also, BTW, what happens when I double click between "o" and "-" - all of "foo-" gets highlighted.) Also note that when you double-click on one of the non-alpha characters, only the non-alpha characters gets highlighted, not the whole word. So not only do I not see any inconsistency here but it makes sense.
Mozilla 1.2-1 on Redhat. If I double click on any of the letters in "foo..." everything, including the dots, is highlighted.
Ok, I see the same thing on Linux/Mozilla r:1.2.1 Gecko/20021130
We should really be basing this bug on what the current trunk builds do...
> We should really be basing this bug on what the current trunk builds do... Agreed. I suggest we close this bug report as Helder is testing a browser which is based on Mozilla 1.2-1 (the latest "released" version), and I think we all agree that OpenVMS matches the Linux behaviour on 1.2-1.
I see the same "foo" problem on my minutes old cvs Linux build.
this issue is addressed in bug 98546 which was already fixed; try a newer build to check it;
Actually, the real issue is that stop_at_punctuation is _false_ on Unix. See http://lxr.mozilla.org/seamonkey/source/modules/libpref/src/unix/unix.js#78 See discussion in bug 98546 on this (bug 98546 comment 101 and on). *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 98546 ***