Build ID: new trunk (tip) Stay with me here... (1) Go to http://www.mozilla.org/ (2) File | Edit Page (Ctrl+E) (3) If the Composer window is maximized, restore it so it's just a square in the middle of the screen (not necessary to reproduce, but makes the bug easier to see/understand) (4) Select some text. (5) While drag-selecting, move the cursor outside the window by going to the left or right. (6) Move the cursor back inside the window. Result: the old selection disappears. A new one is started from the left or right side of the window. I don't see this when I just paste a large block of text, so it might be specific to tables or something else...
It's worth noting that it's not when the cursor exits the window, but rather when it exits the editor; the selection disappears the second you mouseover the scrollbar.
Actually, I've been able to do it by just going out of the table. I'll attach a testcase.
Ah, you're right--the selection becomes discontiguous when you leave the table (left or right, still). Thanks!
I don't see this with a 1/26 Linux build. Is it perhaps new on the 27th, or Win ME specific?
It does this in Win98SE too build 2001.01.27.08 Mozilla 0.7 exhibits the same behavior.
assigning to anthony, moving to moz0.9.1
moving to 0.9.2
using a current build -- 2001052020, I do not see this happening anymore, Blake can you try this again and see if you can dup this?
I still see this in 200152104, Windows 2000.
moving this out to 1.0
this is also a wierd one. anthonyd
Bugs targeted at mozilla1.0 without the mozilla1.0 keyword moved to mozilla1.0.1 (you can query for this string to delete spam or retrieve the list of bugs I've moved)