Here's how to reproduce in windows 95: 1. Open Mozilla (I tried this with the 12/7 build) 2. Before clicking anywhere in the browser, press Ctrl+N (New window) --Ctrl+N doesn't open a new window-- Now, click either in the web page area, the sidebar or the location bar. --Ctrl+N opens a new window--(it works correctly) In the new window click either the Toolbar, Title Bar, OR Menu bar. --Ctrl+N doesn't open a new window-- Using the menu (File|New > Navigator Window) works all the time. I wasn't able to test this in another OS.
Reassigning all of leger's unscreened Browser-General bugs to email@example.com for pre-screening and triage.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
QA Contact: nobody → claudius
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
This is a DUP of bug 9701, "nsWebShell Key events not working until focus set in window (TAB, PgDn, ALT+, CTRL+)", NEW, M14. Since CTRL+N works once focus is set, that is the only remaining issue here, except, possibly the issue described in bug 24636, "Can't open New Window while ftp is open". Tested with: 2000-01-20-08-M13 nightly binary *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 9701 ***
VERIFIED dupe. Thanks sidr. Chuckie see http://www.mozilla.org/qaulity/most-frequent-bugs/ as this probably is THE single most frequent bug! Vote for bug 9701 !!!
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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