When logging onto webmail, I cannot enter into the login field unless I type something into the pasword field first. I've observed this in both YahooMail and Hotmail (http://www.hotmail.com/): 1. Go to a webmail site, such as http://mail.yahoo.com/ 2. Try to type in something into login field, notice that you cannot type anything into it. 3. Now type something into password field. 4. Go back into login field and type something, you can now type into login field. Problem observed with build 1999121208
I went to http://mail.yahoo.com/, and this is what happened to me: 1.) No matter what I did, I couldn't type anything in the ID box. I even typed something in the Password box first, yet I still could type absolutely nothing in the ID box. 2.) I typed something in the Password box. Then, I deleted that text. Two little "scroll-up, scroll-down" buttons appeared on the right side of the Password box. Again, typing anything in the Password box would make these "scroll-up, scroll-down" buttons disappear. 3.) When I pressed and held the "Sign in" button, the ID and Password boxes seemed to be jittery. Another way to make this happen is to: a.) Push (and let go) the "Sign in" button. b.) Push the X (or STOP) button at the top of the browser. c.) The ID and Password boxes will again act jittery. I'm using Windows 95b, and the Mozilla Build ID is 1999120113.
Is this still a problem in current builds? The only thing I see on a Linux build from 1999-12-18 10:00PST is the jitter. I can type in both fields on http://mail.yahoo.com/ . Or is this platform-specific?
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
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
without further complaints and confidence that this is and has been working for some time, marking works for me.
Marking Verified as WorksForMe. Yes, this has no longer occured for some time.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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