Right-clicking in main-window's content area to raise a context menu appears to raise nothing, but some accesskeys for menuitems are usable. Looks like popup 'context' gets its oncreate handler called TWICE initially. Context menu in bookmarks (sidebar) appears to be raised normally. OS: w95, NT4 SP3 Build: 2000040208- 2000032718 nb1b was last build that didn't exhibit Steps to reproduce: 0. Open a new mozilla instance (app preferably). 1. Browse somewhere, like www.netscape.com. 2. Click a link, like 'FedEx Shipping' under 'Shipping Center' heading (for the sake of getting some session history). 3. Upon page load completion, right-click in main-window content area, maybe in the 'Tracking' area. 4. No context menu appears. Hit 'b' to go back. After page loads, hit 'f' to go forward. Continue hitting 'b' and 'f' till fingers get tired. 5. Issuing additional right-clicks won't display a context menu, but it might cause main-window to stop refreshing the content area, like on netscape.com. yahoo.com and microsoft.com pages reloaded, but some history entries disappear sometimes. Looks like the first right-click for the main-window session does it for the life of that instance. Problem affects main-window instance in which phantom menu was raised- other main-window instances in the same app instance are safe. As far as i can tell, the phantom menu can't be dismissed, and main-window is dysfunctional (text boxes accept no input, for instance- phantom menu has keyboard focus) until it the browser instance is closed.
See also bug #34114 *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 34079 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
verifed dupe... context menus...
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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