User-Agent: GoogleBot/2.1 (+http://www.googlebot.com/bot.html) Build Identifier: Firefox 1.0 setting home page with "Use Current Page" button uses the first tab, not the active tab Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Open a few tabs with different pages. 2. Select the right-most tab 3. Tools -> Options -> General -- Click on "Use Current Page" Actual Results: The URL from the left-most tab was used. Expected Results: It should have used the URL from the active tab.
We don't tend to do much work on Googlebot around here, but assuming that your hypothetical Googlebot browser is fairly similar to Firefox, since at least 0.5 there's been no "Use Current Page" button for setting the home page if you have more than one tab open, only a "Use Current Page_s_" which sets all the tabs in that window as your home pages. To set just one, you need to open it in a separate window, or edit down the multiple URLs to just the one you want. (By the way, by browsing with your UA set to Googlebot, you are depriving the Mozilla developers (of whom I'm _not_ one) of one of the very, very few things that a user can give them: enough Gecko user agents in people's server logs that they will think twice about doing IE-only things. Please, at least consider only switching when you need to, not all the time.)
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sorry for bugspam, long-overdue mass reassign of ancient QA contact bugs, filter on "beltznerLovesGoats" to get rid of this mass change