Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6a) Gecko/20030924 Actually, this is a pretty old bug, so this might be a dupe, but I can neither find it by searching nor by looking at tracking bug 88810 or bug 140346. When a connection times out (telnet shows in the particular case that you can open a connection, but after sending the request there is no answer) we get an alert "The document contains no data." (instead of saying timeout!) which brings the browser window which wants to load the page into foreground. pi
I assume other alerts do NOT steal focus for you?
I don't recall another one recently, but I would not say it does not happen. If you have something I could test, let me know. pi
Could try loading http://foo.example.com/ in a window that's not on top (that should give a DNS error alert).
Yes, that alert also steals focus. pi
Sounds to me like your window manager brings up windows when a modal dialog is parented to them... (test with other windowmanagers to make sure?)
I use KDE. So I tried windowmaker which also brought the alert to the foreground. pi
I suggest trying twm or fvwm2, which don't try to guess things for you...
Sorry, I don't have them on this system. Only KDE, Gnome (currently broken), Windowmaker and failsafe. pi
How do I fix this bug? For some reason when I go to certain pages (i.e. eq.castersrealm.com) it gives me an alert "The Document Contains no data"
This alert is blocking access to my e-mail page at myway.com. It seemed to start after I loaded MS SP2. The alert appears using both Firefox and Mozilla.
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