Steps to reproduce: 1. Launch apprunner.exe 2. In the browser window's address field, enter a URL. (Say, http://www.mozilla.org) 3. Open a new browser window. 4. In the new window's address field, type a different URL. (Say, http://www.yahoo.com) 5. Observe that the first window comes to the foreground and its content updates to be that of the page specified by the second URL. Build/System information: Windows NT 4, service pack 3 Build ID 99032914 VC 6
Yes. See this with Win95 also. Assigning to don to figure out who gets this.
Re-assigned to email@example.com, changed component to XPApps, and set target milestone to M5. David, is this "Window Manager" -type work?
assign. This really shouldn't have anything do to with window management but I'll investigate when I get a build that can load URL's again.
This is happening because all browser windows are sharing the same appcore. I am told that the the XPtoolkit team will be fixing this for m5.
*** Bug 4466 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
marking fixed in the 4/19 build now that each window is getting its own appcore. There appears to be a problem where the throbber activates in both windows but I think it deserves its own bug.
verified fixed in 5/12 builds. I don't see the throbber problem either.