For example true delimiters, such as characters ';', '.', ',' or ':' could be delimiters of e-mail adress, when the file is displayed. Where is the problem? For example in CSV files with email adresses.
firstname.lastname@example.org - I'm afraid I don't understand the problem. Could you elaborate? Gerv
Yes, I could. If I open the Comma Separated Value file, where one of the columns are e-mail, each mail is underlined from its beginning to the next space, which could be hundreds characters after the end of mail. But if other true delimiters (which are described above) may end e-mail addresses, the page would be well-underlined.
What's happened with the bug?
Reporter are you still seeing this bug in the latest builds?
Oto 'tapik' Buchta, could you perhaps attach to this bug a testcase and specific steps to reproduce your problem. Thanks.
Marking Invalid due to lack of response. Reopen if this is still a problem.
Yes, I can. Send yourself e-mail with body: email@example.com;this,text:hasn't?to!be|underlined. And what was underlined in your mozilla?
I only see the email address underlined. The ";this,text:hasn't?to!be|underlined." is not underlined.
Worksforme: Platform: PC OS: Linux Mozilla: 20001218 CVS Build. Marking as such. Reopen if its still a problem.