User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.7.6) Gecko/20050323 MultiZilla/18.104.22.168d Mnenhy/0.7.1 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.7.6) Gecko/20050323 MultiZilla/22.214.171.124d Mnenhy/0.7.1 When I press Shift-Ctrl-D to file a bookmark, I see a 'D' in the status bar (where, after loading a page, 'Done' appears). If I press these keys again, another 'D' appears, just as in FAYT (I have 'find any text, not just links' activated). Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Load a web page 2. Press 'Ctrl-Shift-D' 3. Actual Results: A 'D' appears in the status bar Expected Results: The dialogue to file a bookmark should open. I work around the problem by opening the bookmark manager and drag-and-drop the URL where I want the bookmark. It's much more clumsy, though, and breaks habit. I have the following extensions installed: ChatZilla 0.90.0 NewMail Icon (disabled) AutoMarks! 0.1 (disabled) ConQuery (disabled) Enigmail v.0.90.0 SwitchProxy 1.3 Diggler (disabled) WebDeveloper 0.9.3 MultiZilla 126.96.36.199d Calendar Help Mnhenhy MessageID-Finder Calendar ChromEdit 0.0.5.1 ClearHTTPAuth CookieCuller 1.2.0 LiveHTTPHeaders 0.10 (ie, the latest release versions of all extensions) The disabled extensions are disabled in an attempt to corner the problem, but troubleshooting an "augmented" browser installation (hopefully) could be much improved... Hints about how to re-map the keyboard shortcuts are also very welcome (eg. to disable accidental startup of Composer). Thank you!
I believe Ctrl+Shift+D was changed in bug 186789, and is now Ctrl+D Can you please check which shortcut the Bookmarks menu actually list? (the mnemonic outside "File Bookmark...")
Nope, I have "Ctrl-D" for "Bookmark this page" (and it even works like that- I expected _that_ to mean: "Delete the character to the right", and "Shift-Ctrl-D" means "File Bookmark", going after the Bookmark menu (which takes some 5-10 seconds to unfold, btw). As said, an easy way to remap keys to one's liking (eg. like in Emacs?) would be very nice, as would be a complete table of all mappings that are supposed to exist.
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.8b2) Gecko/20050329 Works for me, somehow: I´ve tried shift-control-d on this bug, but no menu opened. Then I opened Bookmark Manager, inserted 'shift-control-d' into the Search bar and found 20 bookmarks for this bug. Imho shift-control-d bookmarks into a special folder, similar to Personal Toolbar Folder. The View menu in Bookmark Manager has entries for setting these special folders: Select a folder you want to use as Personal Toolbar Folder (doesn´t have to have that name!) and open View menu, click on View->Set as Personal Toolbar Folder. If that entry is greyed out, the folder you have selected is already your PTF. This works for 'Set as Personal Toolbar Folder', but doesn´t work for 'Set as New Bookmark Folder' or 'Set as New Internet Search Folder'
Sorry, but this is wrong. Ctrl-Shift-D has opened a menu where I could chose where to file the bookmark for all versions of Mozilla I used before 1.7.6 (and I started, I think, with M69). The fact that you can't see a menu open on your 1.8b2 under Windows indicates to me that there indeed is a bug. Setting the status to NEW for this reason.
OS: Linux → All
(In reply to comment #4) > Sorry, but this is wrong. Ctrl-Shift-D has opened a menu where I could chose > where to file the bookmark for all versions of Mozilla I used before 1.7.6 (and > I started, I think, with M69). The fact that you can't see a menu open on your > 1.8b2 under Windows indicates to me that there indeed is a bug. > > Setting the status to NEW for this reason. > The entries I see in Bookmark menu: Bookmark This Page Ctrl+Shift+D File Bookmark... Ctrl+D The three dots in the second entry are telling there is some more to choose, i.e. a dialog will open. Bookmark This Page doesn´t require further action. Imho, one, or some of your extensions has changed the keybindings. See http://www.mozilla.org/unix/customizing.html for keybindings. Does it work if you create a new profile, just for test, without installing extensions? Crtl-D opens the menu, and
After some unrelated problems (eg. mozilla would not start), and invoking it again as root, but with root having a new profile, it now works as expected (with my old profile!). Confusing, disconcerting, darn! But: It now works very well! :-)
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Sorry to bug everyone, but in the meantime I've discovered several strange things: - I got confused last time when I thought the problem was solved when in fact it wasn't. I was using 1.7.5 which worked when I thought I was using 1.7.6. - Recently I installed 1.7.7 and also created a brand new (empty) profile, and also had no extension installed. The problem was visible again, for all accounts. - The problem apparently has several other aspects to note: - When I type 'Ctrl-Shift-D' to file a bookmark (as depicted in the menu), a 'D' appears in the status bar. When I release the keys, the statusbar shows strange chars, along with a message of not having found anything. - No Emacs edit keys work in forms. - This whole mess appears regardless of whether I logged out and in again, ie, it's all wrong in the same session with or without extensions installed, and with both 1.7.6 and 1.7.7, but not 1.7.5. - On a very slightly different machine (very similar hard- and software), 1.7.7 works with or without extensions. I didn't try 1.7.6 there. This is very confusing, and I am a bit at a loss on what to try next.
Status: RESOLVED → UNCONFIRMED
Resolution: INVALID → ---
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Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago → 12 years ago
Resolution: --- → EXPIRED
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