From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/4.72 [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.2.16 i686) BuildID: 2000101015 When I click on a link, and revisit the page (either by hitting the Back button on the browser or by reopening the browser later), the link never appears in a different color. This happens regardless of whether the document specifies a VLINK color in the BODY tag or not. That is, if the document specifies its own colors, the browser shows all links in the unvisited color. If the document does not specify any colors, the browser uses the colors defined in the Preferences dialog but always uses the unvisited links color. I thought this might be a bug in the history list, and when I went to the Preferences dialog I noticed that the "days to remember visited pages" field was blank, so I set it to 60 and restarted. Still acts the same. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Go to any URL with links on it. 2. Click a link. 3. Hit BACK button. 4. Look at the link that you clicked. Actual Results: The link is still drawn in the unvisited color. Expected Results: Should paint a different color, either the color specified by the VLINK attribute of the BODY tag, or if not present, the color specified in the Preferences dialog.