User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/1.0 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/1.0 When I am in a tab, say, www.yahoo.com, and key in new url in address bar, say, www.espn.com. then a new tab is created in foreground with this address. But when I switch to the original tab which is yahoo.com, the address bar shows a selected address (i mean blue backgraound and white character) of the new address espn.com. I am using Tabbrowser Preferences 1.1.1. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. make sure the extension Tabbrowser Preferences 1.1.1 is installed. and check the selection "URLs in address bar" under the item " Load the following in new tab" in menu Tools->option 2. enter a new address www.yahoo.com in address bar. 3. switch to the new created. 4. switch back to the first tab. look at the address bar Actual Results: address bar reads "www.yahoo.com" in selected mode. Expected Results: The address bar should display the original address of the current tab How and when will I know if this bug is resolved? thanks!
In order for this to processed in Bugzilla, you will need to reproduce it without the Tabbrowser Extension.
(In reply to comment #1) > In order for this to processed in Bugzilla, you will need to reproduce it > without the Tabbrowser Extension. OK. I uninstalled the tabbrowser extension. but I cannot force the bowser to open a new tab by key in a new address in the address bar. So is this bug belongs to the extension? thanks. my user.js file consists of only 1 line: user_pref("browser.tabs.showSingleWindowModePrefs", true);
You might be able to help me use Firefox. If I have a open tab and I type a URL into the URL bar I expect it to open in that tab. If I want it to open in a new tab, then I create the tab first and then type. (The same applies to windows). Are you saying that you can (or want to) have a keypress (Shift-Enter perhaps) that opens a new tab or window? [Shift does auto-complete to .net so is not available; perhaps you caould distinguish between Enter and Return ...]. FWIW, I would find this confusing and/or of low usability, and I wouldn't use it! What has this to do with your original report!
(In reply to comment #3) > You might be able to help me use Firefox. > > If I have a open tab and I type a URL into the URL bar I expect it to > open in that tab. If I want it to open in a new tab, then I create the > tab first and then type. (The same applies to windows). > > Are you saying that you can (or want to) have a keypress (Shift-Enter > perhaps) that opens a new tab or window? [Shift does auto-complete > to .net so is not available; perhaps you caould distinguish between > Enter and Return ...]. > > FWIW, I would find this confusing and/or of low usability, and I wouldn't > use it! > > What has this to do with your original report! hi there. As you might have known, there is a very popular extension Tabbrowser Preferences, you can configure it to open a page at current tab or new tab. hope it helps.
Comment 2 suggests that without the tabbrowser extension there is no UI for you to open, from the URL bar, a URL into a new tab. Yes it is possible that your bug is specific to systems with the tabbrowser extension. In general this does mean that it won't be processed in Bugzilla. However if someone happens by who considers that your report does indicate a defect in Firefox or that part of the tab browser functionality should be included in the core, then something may happen; but it is not to be expected.
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Reproduced in Firefox 1.0.7, safe mode, no tabbrowser extensions, win2k. Steps: - open www.google.com in a tab - in the address bar, type www.yahoo.com, hit alt+enter - yahoo displays in a new tab - go back to google tab: the address bar still displays www.yahoo.com
works for me in Firefox 1.5 beta 2 Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.8b5) Gecko/20051014 Firefox/1.4.1
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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