User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/1.0 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/1.0 When the Find Toolbar is visible but not focused, typing slash (/) or apostrophe (') focuses the Find Toolbar and replaces the contents of the "Find" field with the character that was typed (/ or '). This bug has the same symptoms as bug 253994, which was resolved in September. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Type control-F to open the Find Toolbar. 2. Click elsewhere on the page to de-focus the Find Toolbar. 3. Press the slash key (/). Actual Results: The Find Toolbar is focused and its contents are replaced with "/". Expected Results: The Find Toolbar should be focused, but its contents should not change. This occurs in Firefox 1.0 on Windows XP.
I can confirm this behaviour, but it is expected afaict. '/' opens the find toolbar if it is not open and is added to the find-string if it is open already. It *never* focuses the FT. If you need to focus the FT, use CTRL+F. Suggesting INVALID.
Regarding comment #1, that is not the behavior I am seeing (in Firefox 1.0 on Windows and Linux). Pressing slash *does* focus the Find toolbar, if it is visible but not focused. It does not add "/" to the find string; instead it replaces the find string with "/". Can you confirm that you are *not* seeing the reported behavior, when following the steps to reproduce the bug? If so, what build are you using?
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/1.0. I tried with accessibility.typeaheadfind=true and false. '/' *never* focuses the find box for me (left/right arrows don't select text in the textbox). I *am* seeing the described behaviour. My opinion is that is expected. Try these: (i) 1. CTRL+F 2. enter search string 3. focus content window 4. press 'o'. The search string is replaced with 'o' (ii) 0. Make sure content is focused and that there's no FT open 1. press '/' 2. press '/' again. First '/' opens FT, second is added to the search-box. Therefore, I think that the behaviour described in comment 0 is correct.
(In reply to comment #3) > (i) > 1. CTRL+F > 2. enter search string > 3. focus content window > 4. press 'o'. > The search string is replaced with 'o' When I do this (Firefox 1.0, Debian GNU/Linux), the search string is not replaced with 'o'. Nothing happens when I press 'o'. Note: For step 3 (focus content window), I click in a blank area of the page contents. > (ii) > 0. Make sure content is focused and that there's no FT open > 1. press '/' > 2. press '/' again. > First '/' opens FT, second is added to the search-box. (ii) works correctly on my build, and I agree that the behavior in (ii) is correct.
> > (i) > > The search string is replaced with 'o' > When I do this (Firefox 1.0, Debian GNU/Linux), the search string is not > replaced with 'o'. Nothing happens when I press 'o'. You're right, I tried it with accessibility.typeaheadfind=false and it works as you described. *That* is the bug, IMO. (because you already see the unfocused find toolbar, it looks exactly as if you just pressed '/').
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I can no longer reproduce this bug in Firefox 1.5 beta 1 (Debian GNU/Linux unstable). Marking FIXED.
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