Mozilla Build #2000082108 for Mac: 1. Launch Editor, bringing up a new blank page. 2. Click in the large gray text input area, so that the formatting toolbar buttons become enabled. 3. Select "Bold" from the Formatting Toolbar and type some chars. The typed text will appear bold. 4. Select "Italics" from the Formatting Toolbar and type some chars. The text will appear bold and italicized. 5. Select "Bold" again, this time turning it off. Type some more chars. The typed text appears plain (no bold/italics) and "Italics" turns off, even though you did not turn it off. Expected Result: The typed text would remain non-bold but still italicized. This "forgetting of text style state" occurs with all three styles (including underline), and the above example is just one test case. Generally, it appears that turning one style on after typing with another style on, then turning the first style off, turns all styles off. This occurs on both Mac and Windows
assigning to jfrancis for review. Joe, you probably have other open issues that would resolve the noted problem here, can you either dup or nominate?
Assignee: beppe → jfrancis
this should be easy; i'll fix it this week.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Target Milestone: --- → M18
joe is addressing similar issues with text formatting and this is well within the same type of behavior
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
verified in 8/30 build.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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