Build ID: 2000091108 Reproducible: Always Steps: 1. Launch N6 2. Enter maps into the URL field 3. Receive the Netscape Campus "The Locator" page 4. Enter the name of the person you wish to find Result: No information is returned to the bottom frame
Adding dogfood keyword.
Assignee: asa → jst
This is actually a day-to-day activity for Netscaper's, and would make folks have to use Navv 4.x, rather than N-6.... so I'll mark this as dogfood-plus. This would not stop a N-6 ship, but getting it working will help folks use/test N6, which in turn will help find high visibility bugs.
Summary: Can't receive map information from → Can't receive map information from Netscape http://maps
what component is this?
Reassigning to rods, turns out that the input field in the upper frame on maps has an onchange handler that triggers the search, but in mozilla, if you type a name in the input and hit enter, we don't generate an onchange event. If you type a name and click anywhere outside the input field the search will be triggerd. Rod, I'm not sure if this fix should go into the nsGfxTextControlFrame2 code or into nsHTMLInputElement, either one could work I suppose... Cc:ing pollmann, heikki, joki and jay
Reassigning to editor. I would have put the notification in nsHTMLInputElement.cpp, and there is a really easy spot to it but..... When you hit return the text input appears to remember the state of the content and then the next time you hit return it compares the current state with that state. If the state has changed in between the two times you have hit return, then and only then is it sent. In Nav 4.x you can type in "ABC" and hit return and the onchange will fire. Then you can type in DEF (so the string is now ABCDEF), now without hitting return backspace three times and then hit return. The onchange is not fired. Summary: The OnChange is fired only if the contents of the input text has changed since the last time you hit return (or if it is the first time you hit return). This is an editor thing because they will have to have someway to remember the state each time the return key is hit. One option is to change nsHTMLInputElement.cpp to generate the OnChange, but in that piece of code you would have to ask the input content if it had changed since the last time return was hit.
Assignee: rods → beppe
By the way, I'm working on fixing the animation part of The Locator to now support Nav6, so hopefully we are close to getting The Locator to being fully functional, in every way, with Nav6. And I really appreciate everybody's efforts here, as well as in past Locator-spawned Nav6 mozilla bug reports. I figured out how to do the animation in Nav6: http://ledzep.red.iplanet.com/u/jay/xfer/dom6.shtml so now I just need to migrate this code into The Locator's final DHTML. (I'm the author/creator of The Locator, by the way :> ) Thanks everybody!
setting default qa
QA Contact: doronr → ckritzer
Assigning to firstname.lastname@example.org, he has a fix for this already.
Whiteboard: [dogfood+] → [dogfood+][Fix in hand]
Assignee: beppe → mjudge
If you have a fix in hand... can we get an attached patch, and start the review process?
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
fixed. sorry no resoultion
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Updating QA contact.
QA Contact: ckritzer → bsharma
Verified on 2000092711 build. Platform: WinNT When a person name is entered, the complete information is displayed in the bottom screen.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
mid-air collision ? / bugzilla cleanup Reopening (current State: verified and no resolution
really reopening * SORRY for the SPAM *
Status: VERIFIED → REOPENED
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago → 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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