User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040608 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040608 Error occurs when the previous viewing of the Bookmark list were stopped at the one of the bookmarks lower than it can fit on the screen. The Bookmark list scrolls up itself at the moment the Bookmark menu is opened. It cannot be stopped with mouse scroll, and keyboard arows, only with scrolling-down arrow arrow. This is _Urgent_ for final 1.7 beacouse this is RC3! * CONFIGURATION TESTED Using Mozilla 1.7RC3 on a Win 2000AS (Service Pack 4, IE 6.1,) system, 1280x1024 The Build ID is 20040608 Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Open Bookmark meny with many items in root, scroll down the bookmarks. Exit Bookmark menu. 2.Click at the Bookmarks menu. If the scrolling does not occur, then exit from menu, then enter to Bookmarks menu again. 3.The Bookmark list scrolls up itself at the moment the Bookmark menu is opened. Positioning pointer on the scrolling-down arrow stops the scrolling. It stops scrolling when it comes to the top. 4.If "End" button is pushed, it begins to scroll itself Back to top again and again. It cannot be stopped with mouse scroll, and keyboard arows, only with scrolling-down arrow arrow. Actual Results: Bookmarks meny is scrolling itself Back to top again and again. Expected Results: Bookmarks position should Stay at the position where the user left them. And not scrolling itself without control. It should be added _PgUP_ and _PgDown Keystrokes_ to scroll Bookmarks one "page" at the time (Like _Home_ and _End_ do the positioning now) I also have an idea to implement _PageUp_ and _PageDown_ keystokes to act like showing next screen of bookmarks (Like Home and End now) But the previous one is _Urgent_ for the final 1.7 release.
It looks like bug 244974 and bug 247130 , And is maybe related to bug 218106 ,bug 245403, etc. It certanly needa fix before the final 1.7 release.
*** Bug 285865 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 129480 ***