User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7b) Gecko/20040316 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7b) Gecko/20040316 I use Mozilla mail for IMAP, without the preview pane, and I mark the messages for deletion. When I get a batch of new mail, I go through and delete all of the junk messages using the arrow and DEL keys. After I delete a message and scroll down several messages to the next message to be deleted, the selection bar jumps back to the message following the one I deleted. Mozilla shouldn't select a message if the focus has changed from the current message. This would also be resolved if Mozilla stayed on the current message instead of automatically advancing to the next. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce:
Dan: "I've tried it in Mozilla 1.8b2 (builds 20050308 and 20050702) and SeaMonkey 1.1a (build 2005091706) and all still show the same problem. I wasn't able to try it in the latest build of SeaMonkey (2005091806) since it won't run. The best way to test this is to have, say, five messages in a row. Delete number 4, up-arrow 3x, and then hit delete again to delete number 1. Instead, it will drop below #4, go back up to it, and undelete it (or perhaps #3). You can also test it going down. If you start on #2 and hit [delete][down][delete] quickly it will delete #2 and #3. If you go slightly slower (about 1/2 second pause), it will delete #2 and #4."
still see this in current SM trunk?
It's not as noticeable since it's faster, but yes, it still happens if you're going quickly. I sent "test1" through "test9" to my e-mail account. I deleted test1, hit the down arrow 4x, then tried to delete test5, but it usually deletes test4 (sometimes it'll delete test3 or test5 depending on timing).
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