User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7.12) Gecko/20050915 Firefox/1.0.7 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20051005 Mozilla Sunbird/0.2+ This bug documents some search functionality that has broken in recent nightlies. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: Text filtering doesn't match correctly when you use upper case search keyword(s): 1. Suppose I have several events with the string "STS" in the title. 2. a) Search for "STS". Actual Result: No results! 2. b) Searching for "sts" Actual Result: Returns the expected results listing all events with "STS" in the title. Expected result: Step 2 a) and b) should return the same results. Double clicking on a search result when filtering with a text string doesn't open the correct event: 1. Perform a search with a text string filter 2. Click on one of the search results or double-click to open. Actual Result: The wrong event is selected in the calendar or the wrong event is opened. Exception: If the events in the text-filtered list are in the same position in the list as the original un-filtered list, then the correct event is opened. (This tells me the list index is used as an index into a list of events, but that is not sufficient when there are gaps between events in the result list because of the filter) Expected result: The correct event should always be selected in the calendar or opened. Calendar-Search result interaction is broken when text filtering is active. 1. Perform a search that returns some results. 2. Click on an event that was not returned by your search result. Actual result: Result list is cleared, search seems to be non-functional unless I enter a search that matches the selected event Expected result: No events are selected in the search results, but the results are not altered in any other way -- the search criteria has not changed. Actual Results: (see above) Expected Results: (See above) (Note: These pieces of functionality worked in build 2005011112 and are broken in 20051005.)
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