User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.5a) Gecko/20030706 Mozilla Firebird/0.6 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.5a) Gecko/20030706 Mozilla Firebird/0.6 When you launch a new browser window, it takes some processing time for the window to get drawn (not referring to rendering a page, but simply drawing the window). If you click on the title bar, drag, and let go of the mouse before the window has rendered itself, then after it is done rendering Mozilla things drag is still enabled and thus, the window follows the cursor around the screen as you move your mouse even though you have no button pressed. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: I suppose you could reproduce this bug using any link, but sometimes windows just load/render faster than others and it makes it harder to catch this bug. I will thus direct you to where I first caught on to the issue: 1. See the following link? http://www.knowledgemicro.com/detail.php?name=HD-SM160P7 2. Right click on it and select "Open in New Window" 3. In order to catch the problem you must be quick. Before the window has rendered itself (aka the scrollbar will be missing, however, the toolbar and menubars will be present) do the following: A. click on the title bar (like you are going to move the window) B. Drag your mouse anywhere very quickly C. and release the button before the window had a chance to render. Actual Results: 1. You will notice that the Window did not move before it was done rendering (before you saw the scrollbar). 2. After the window actually renders, you will notice that as you move your mouse, the window moves with it (even though you have no buttons pressed). Expected Results: 1. The Window should have moved even before it was done rendering - after all, you did click and drag the window somewhere. -- IE works in this manner. 2. After it was done rendering, the window should not have moved - because you did not have your mouse button pressed down. Note: This bug occurs whether you use the Windows XP default (luna) scheme or whether you use the classic scheme. (I'll need someone to check if it's a cross platform issue.) This bug occurs in Mozilla with default theme as well as Mozilla Firebird with custom theme.
Unable to reproduce with 1.7 alpha or nightly build 2004022909 on windows XP
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