Ironically, bugzilla's own website revealed this bug. Recipe (do ONLY the following): 1) Start Mozilla 2) Mozilla running full screen. Maybe not important but I always do that. I'm running a 1024x768 desktop. 3) Go to http://bugzilla.mozilla.org by typing that in the URL field. 4) The page will fit on the window, so no scrolling can be done. 5) Click any area on the page free of text, like to the right of the bug-picture. 6) Pressing arrow up/down will NOT make the page scroll (on a desktop my size) Funny note, maybe related to the bug: The cursor to the right of "Show Mozilla bug no" is still blinking eventhough the focus should now be taken off it. But read on. 7) Now click on "Query Page (Search existing bug reports)" 8) The query page is rendered just fine and "taller" than the screen, so the right scrollbar indicates the possibility of scrolling the page. 9) Click the mouse in any spot on the page free of the forms and text. This should put the focus on the page and not on any input forms. 10) Press Arrow down/up, PAGE DOES NOT SCROLL! Extra note: If the form is filled out and submitted, a long list of bugs is listed and I couldn't get that list to scroll either.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 9701 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
This is a dup of bug 9701 - nsWebShell Key events not working until focus set in window . I suspect clicking on the page would allow scrolling. Changing component to XP Toolkit Widgets.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Component: Browser-General → XP Toolkit/Widgets
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