Sign up for a free mail accouont. Send yourself a message. Move your mouse over the Delete button and notice that it doesn't provide a hint in the status bar like the other buttons do. Try clicking on Delete button. Notice that you cannot click it. Try the similiar Delete button at the bottom (after your msgs) and this one works. I can't see anything obvious when I look at the HTML by doing a View Source.
Can you add the html as an attachment?
Created attachment 17971 [details] This is the inbox page. Please ignore the comment in the bug about the 2nd delete button. That shows up if you click on a msg.
Mousing over 'Delete' produces 'Delete Selected Messages' in the status bar for me.
Don't know which build I was using yesterday, but the testcase works for me in build 2000102620 in WinNT today.
This is a very weird bug. It doesn't reproduce itself from the attached .html file. What you have to do is follow this sequence: 1) shut down all your mozilla windows 2) log onto www.zdnetonebox.com (create an account if you need to before this and send yourself an email msg) 3) you will see a welcome screen; click the Inbox link on your left 4) you will see your inbox along w/ a bunch of buttons at the top of the msg list 5) mouse over the Delete button along the top of the msg list If you click a msg link to read a msg, you will also see a Delete button. This works. If you click the Inbox link again, the Delete button in (5) works. If you reopen www.zdnetonebox.com, it will automatically log you in and bring you to the welcome screen. If you click the Inbox link, the Delete button continues to work. It's almost like there was an uninitialized variable that needed to be set. To reproduce the bug, you have to follow the exact steps above. I reproduced w/ last night's build of 2000102620 on WinNT4 SP6a.
Reassigning QA Contact for all open and unverified bugs previously under Lorca's care to Gerardo as per phone conversation this morning.
This bug has been marked "future" because the original netscape engineer working on this is over-burdened. If you feel this is an error, that you or another known resource will be working on this bug,or if it blocks your work in some way -- please attach your concern to the bug for reconsideration.
reporter are you still seeing this?
This Works For Me in Build 2001061020 in WinNT.
QA contact updated
verified on build 2001-08-14-trunk