Closed Bug 32035 Opened 22 years ago Closed 21 years ago
Undo doesn't work if I switch between folders
Steps: 1. Select a message. Do Delete or Copy or Move operation. 2. Switch to a different folder (Can be the destination folder also) 3. Again switch back to Inbox. Do Edit | Undo . Doesn't work. Build and platform: 2000-03-15-05-M15-nb1b, Linux commercial build. Additional Info: I could see this on both POP and IMAP accounts. I'm not able to reproduce this consistently, but seeing this most of the time. If I do not switch folder then Undo works fine.
This sounds like has the similar symptoms as delete messages.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Target Milestone: M15
Mass moving to M16 to get these off the M15 radar. Please let me know if this is really an M15 stopper.
Target Milestone: M15 → M16
Not M16 stopper, marking M17. Please add beta2 keyword if you think this is a beta2 stopper.
Target Milestone: M16 → M17
Moving to M18 and nominating for beta3.
Target Milestone: M17 → M18
FYI -- still happening with july 26 commercial build, particularly with multiple selection message moves.
- per mail triage We'll do an assessment of where Undo stands (ie. how broken it is) and decide if we need to remove this feature rather than have it not working as expected for people.
Target Milestone: M18 → Future
Using m18 aug08: I can't reproduce this particular case in POP account, but can with IMAP (MoveToTrash).
Using aug08 m18 commercial build NT 4.0 (IMAP): After I switch to another folder and back, Undo/Redo is no longer enabled although I did no operations in between other than the folder selection. So, this is also applicable to Win32.
Hardware: Other → PC
removing mail2 keyword.
Whiteboard: [nsbeta3-] → [nsbeta3-] relnote-user
reassigning jefft's bugs to naving
Assignee: jefft → naving
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
Marking WFM using today's debug build
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 21 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Linux (2001-05-31-06 trunk) Verified fixed.
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