From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; FreeBSD 4.0-STABLE i386; en-US; m17) Gecko/20000815 BuildID: 00000000000000 My window manager is set to focus-follows-mouse. I often find that the keyboard shortcuts for scrolling don't work until I've clicked in the window. No, this isn't frames related... Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: 1. Set your window manager to focus-follows-mouse 2. Open some page 3. Open a link in a new window. 4. Move the mouse back over the first window. 5. Use PageUp/PageDown to scroll. Actual Results: Sometimes it scrolls, sometimes it doesn't. Expected Results: It should scroll consistently.
dup of bug 42004? ("page up/down keys don't work after using right-click menu back/forward") If so, clicking content with mouse seems to enable the keybinding again.
Confirming on 2000081808/Linux. When the browser is not in focus and focus is switched to the browser by moving the mouse pointer over it, the arrow keys can't always be used to scroll until the browser is clicked on. Don't know about he dupe...
it's a dup of 42004 or bug 9701 ""nsWebShell Key events not working until focus set in window." (42004 seems to be a dup of 9701)