Shows the onmouseover message but doesn't take the user to netscape home page after clicking the hyperlink.
Dividing up claytons bugs to triage.
Assignee: clayton → dcone
Triage of Clayton bugs.
Assignee: dcone → joki
massive update for QA contact.
QA Contact: petersen → lorca
Could we get some QA help on these bugs, please? A first cut analysis of whether they occur Mac/Windows/Linux would be a big help in figuring out their priority. Thanks.
Well, this test is for the mouseover event more than link following. On top of that, on MacOS build 2000-09-04-08, Linux 2000-09-06-08, Win98 2000-09-06-08, I had no issue with the event itself, and could follow through on Mac and Linux, but you have to press "Enter" or "Return" in order to be able to click through to www.netscape.com. I don't think this is the ideal situation-normally one would not have a pop-up window connected in some way to a link. As such, I'm lowering the priority, but my take is to mark this bug as INVALID. If you disagree, let me know. If in one week no one has said anything about this, I will just close it out. This report does bring something else to light though, which is that on Win98, you can't press "Enter" to get through a JS popup. I'll research this a bit more and write it up separately if its necessary.
Severity: normal → trivial
*** Bug 49961 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Okay, based on lorca's notation below I'm going to go ahead and mark this INVALID. It may be inconvenient to dismiss the alert in order to click but that is by design for modal alerts so for now that's how it'll be.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
SPAM. HTML Element component is deprecated, changing to Layout component. See bug 88132 for details.
Come on Bugzilla, you can do it...
Component: HTML Element → Layout
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