STR: 1. Start a current Shredder (Thunderbird 3) build. 2. Compose a new message. 3. Make sure under Tools/Encoding, Rich-Text (HTML) or "Both Rich-.Text and Plain Text" is selected. 4. Choose Format/List Style/Numbered. Result: The first list item is created. Visually it is preceeded by the number "1.". However, when looking at the hierarchy using AccProbe, I see: - List - - ListItem - - - StaticText with a name of "0" - - - Text with nothing or the entered text. 5. Type in something, and press ENTER. A new item is created, preceeded by "2.". Result: In accessibility, another list item was appended, but its static text child is also given a name of "0". Also, the previous one did not get updated. In effect, a11y shows 2 numbered list items whose number is 0.
Is this a regression?
Correction to the above, this also reproduces for me in Firefox using the WordPress Rich-Text editor which is based on TinyMCE. The steps are roughly the same: 1. Start a new post. 2. Insert an ordered list. Observe that the "label" element that preceeds the actual text is always "0". Question: Why is it a label here and not statictext?
Summary: When inserting a numbered list into a Thunderbird rich-text message, the number is always exposed as 0. → When inserting a numbered list into any rich-text control, the number is always exposed as 0.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 557795
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