DESCRIPTION: Keyboard shortcut CTRL+H is currently tied to "Home" in Go menu. This is BAD. Nearly 100% of the current browser market uses CTRL+H for "History", including all of Netscape's erlier products. Going against a de facto standard like this will make many many many users like myself to #!%!%/%¤! your product. Suggestion: use ALT+Home like IE5 to load Home page STEPS TO REPRODUCE: 1. start Mozilla, type CTRL+H ACTUAL RESULTS: Home page is loaded. EXPECTED RESULTS: History window should be opened DOES NOT WORK CORRECTLY ON: Mozilla nightly build 2000-07-28-08 on Windows 98. WORKS CORRECTLY ON: Netscape Communicator 4.x Netscape Navigator 3.x IE 5.00 (and erlier too?) Opera 4.01
I agree with it.
I agree it should be alt+home, since back/forward is now alt+<- and alt+-> (and it wouldn't make sense to have two of the three navigation accelerator keys have alt modifiers, and one have a ctrl modifier). But we don't have to worry, since Ben already fixed this :)
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Agreed to, is this in the spec? H should always be history!
Regardless, it's fixed...
feel free to verify these bugs if i don't get to 'em beforehand. if you do, pls remove the verifyme keyword when you do verify such a bug. thx!
verified. using the 2000081308 nightly on win2k
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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