I tried to log in to my Netscape using my account, and it got no farther than the login screen, and refused to submit my info. I am curious as to what causes this, and whether using an image as a button is working. Hitting enter also does nothing.
http://ureg.netscape.com/iiop/UReg2/login/login?U2_SOURCE=ADDRESSBOOK&U2_ENDURL=http://contact.netscape.com/contact/&U2_EXITURL=http://home.netscape.com&U2_BROWSER_OK=true also does not work. It would appear that all Netcenter login screens that use images for buttons don't work.
per leger, assigning QA contacts to all open bugs without QA contacts according to list at http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/describecomponents.cgi?product=Browser
May be a duplicate. Confirm whether someone else may be working on this already.
need info to verify whether this is a 5.0 or ureg bug: 1) what version was this found on 2) what exactly is the bug? that you can't click the image link to submit? 3) what version should I regress this with? 4) and per kmcclusk's last comment, is this a dupe that someone else is working on?
4) I'm guessing that the dupe Kevin is referring to is bug #4168, though I'm not actively working on it right now. 1) This is found in all of the latest Gecko builds. 2) Looks like a javascipt problem is preventing the form from submitting. The exact error message is (at least in #4168, a similar URL). "document.proform.U2_USERNAME has no properties" 3) I don't think this has ever worked in Gecko, so you would have to regress against Nav or IE. :S
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Harish just checked in a fix. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 4168 ***
Moving all Widget Set bugs, past and present, to new HTML Form Controls component per request from karnaze. Widget Set component will be retired shortly.
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