User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7b) Gecko/20040421 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7b) Gecko/20040421 When I open my Mozilla 1.7b, it automatically loads http://www.dubbekarl.dk. My site is on a quite slow server, so it may take up to 3 seconds before the page is loaded. Often, I want to go somewhere else and immediately type Ctrl-L to focus the location bar and then type an URL. But, instead of editing the URL, the find-as-you-type is active. That is, I type "www", and the status bar in the browser says "Link: www not found". If I want to type a URL, I first have to stop the browser loading the page, then Ctrl-L and typing a URL works. The bug was also in Mozilla 1.6. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Set home page to http://www.dubbekarl.dk and open browser. 2.When the window opens and before the page loads, immediately type Ctrl-L and type "www". Actual Results: www is not written in the URL, instead Mozilla searches for "www". Expected Results: I should have been editing the URL.
The actual version i use is Mozilla 1.7 rc-1.
Jan, what other keys are being targeted to the content pane at this time? Does the arrow key scroll the current content rather than drop down the URL bar history list? If that's the case then this is more of a focus bug, dependent on bug 83552. Perhaps the problem is that focus should not be set to the page as it loads, if the user has deliberately set it in the URL bar since the new page started loading.
No, crsr-down correctly expands the location bar to a list of matching URLs (none), ending with "Search Google for...".
Strangely enough, the bug is only reproducible by me when I'm using a LAN connection. If I'm using dial-up, I can easily hit Ctrl-L and type in the address bare while Mozilla is still waiting for my default page.
This bug seems to have been fixed in 1.7rc3. That is, I cannot reproduce it in this version.
Firefox is also affected (? to 1.0.2) Find-as-you-type even fires, when the cursor is clearly in a input-element (cursor blinking)
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This still occurs in the current version of minefield!
Also happens with me - 100% Chance. Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv:188.8.131.52) Gecko/20080404 Firefox/184.108.40.206 To reproduce, do the following. 1.) Set Home Page to www.google.com 2.) Close Firefox. 3.) Open Firefox. 4.) Start typing a URL (Slowly) before Google has loaded. Result: Part of the URL is in the address bar, and part is in the Google-Search bar. I can submit a RAR Compressed video if need be (Compressed to < 5MB) E-mail me on email@example.com (Replacing the 3's with e's) to request. - Reelix
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