From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; m18) Gecko/20001117 BuildID: 2000111704 The attachment features a series of divs. When you click on a DIV, then another DIV, the two DIVs swap positions (using node.cloneNode and then parentnode.replaceChild calls). This works once on Mozilla, but after the swap has occured once for a given DIV, that DIV seems to stop reponding to (onMouseDown) events. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1) Load up attachment. 2) Click on div1 3) Click on div2 4) Click on div1 5) Click on div2 Actual Results: Divs swap first time, but don't on the second time Expected Results: Divs should swap happily all day if you can be bothered to keep clicking em. Tested on WIN 2000111704 and Linux (one day older from buildbar). I'm new to this DOM stuff so perhaps I'm missing something, but it works as expected on IE5.5sp1. Also if you click on the same div twice in a row (ie try and swap it with itself) it will throw a JS exception, I've just left checking for that out to keep the testcase simple.
Oh arse. This looks like a duplicate of bug 26528. How did I miss that before? Sorry for the spam.
Yep, looks like a duplicate *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 26528 ***