Doesn,t display any message.
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.
There seem to be some issues with the HTML code, for one. I'll be taking a look at it. The part in question: <area shape=circle coords="97,66,97" onBlur="alert('You have clicked on the red circle which has been assigned a onblur event handler.')" href="http:// www.netscape.com"> </map> The issue I think is that the coords = [origin coordinate x, origin coordinate y, radius] if I understand correctly, and that would mean that the radius would be significantly larger than the little red circle. There seems to be a focus area that is huge-maybe 2 or three times the radius of the little red circle. I am tempted to mark as INVALID, but until I research this further I'll not risk making a fool of myself here.
Actually I think the test case instructions are in error here. In order to force a blur message you need to focus the area and then blur it. So if you mousedown on the circle, and then mouseout of it and release the mousebutton elsewhere in the page you should get a focus circle on the area. Then clicking again elsewhere on the page should blur it. This works for me on Windows. I'm going to mark it such unless someone reopens it and says it doesn't work on Sun.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Yes, the test case instructions were not clear. Now it is working properly. Thanks.
Working now with a better test case: http://slip/projects/marvin/html/area_onblur.html Marking VERIFIED WFM
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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