Reproduce: 1. Browse in Navigator 2. File|Send Link Actual result: HTML composer with body <example> http://www.example.com </example> Note the empty line. The URL is a link. Expected result: HTML composer with body <example> <http://www.example.com> </example> The URL, including angle brackets, is an URL. During sending, the askSendFormat dialog must *not* come up. Same for File|Send Page (but the askSendForamt dialog may come up in this case).
Changing personal priorities. Giving away most of my bugs :-( (reassigning to default owner). I will still track these bugs closely. If you need my input, feel free to ask me. New owner: Please do *not* close these bugs (as WONTFIX or whatever you may find) unless they are fixed. Rather, reassign to <email@example.com>, if you don't want to work on them.
Most often you want to make a comment to the link, or at least write "Hi" before sending. I think this linefeed is on purpose, it's not a bug - it's a feature! :) Seriously though, this is a clear wontfix. It would just be more hassle for most users to press <enter> every time they sent a link to make a comment.
The comment is supposed to go *after* the link - the mail is about the webpage, so the link should be in the first line, i.e. at the very top.
BTW: That's the way 4.x works.
We put an empty line else there is no way to type text before the link whitout beeing part of it. When you send the message, as long you don't enter yourself some rich formatting, the ask me dialog does not come up. We put the angle brackets only when you are setup to use plain text composition. The only potential problem I see is that when we translate from HTML to plaintext during the send operation, we are not putting the link between angle brackets! If you really think we should do that, plaease file a new bug. I don't know how to resolve this bug: should be a won't fix, a WFM or invalid! ANyway, I'll use Won't fix to avoid QA to waste time on it trying to figure what to do with it...