When one is not logged into the credit.com network, upon accessing a page the user is sent to an authorizer which pops up the login window which the user can use to log in. It then uses history.back() to get back to the page that the access was attempted from and then focuses the login window. The login window stays on top in Internet Explorer, Netscape on Linux, and Opera. On Mozilla it looses focus and winds up behind the main window. Thanks for the help!
Oh yes, to have the system prompt you with a login popup click on "Correct Errors On Your Credit Report"
Confirming bug on Linux as reported. Using commercial build 2000110509. And on WinNT, same build date, it's even worse: the pop-up window doesn't appear at all, while the parent window turns blank. Or when I put the URL for the top link, "Correct Errors on Your Credit Report", for example, directly into the URL bar on WinNT and hit enter, the browser goes blank. Here is the URL: https://www.yourcredit.com/code/creditReportDispute.cgi? On Linux, this triggers some sort of redirect, and the pop-up window appears above and then behind the original browser window, as the reporter describes - Browser issue, not engine. Not sure of which component should get it, however. Reassigning to Browser-General for help on this - thanks
over to event handling for a look.
Reassigning QA Contact for all open and unverified bugs previously under Lorca's care to Gerardo as per phone conversation this morning.
There has been much focus work and window layering improvement since this was last investigated. Please retest with current builds.
Possible dupe of 77675 but I still need to look into the claims below that sometimes we don't even get popup windows on WinNT. That would be something else.
*** Bug 80696 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
QA contact updated
I'm gonna go with dupe of 77675 on this one. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 77675 ***