Reproducible: Always 1. run webclient 2. visit a page that is causes the scroll bar to appear 3. press page down 4. note that nothing happens.
From n.p.m.embedding: email@example.com wrote: > In article <3A7C5970.firstname.lastname@example.org>, > email@example.com (Christopher Blizzard) wrote: > >> Maher Awamy wrote: >> >> >>> The GtkMozEmbed widget does, i believe it registers listners to do >> > so - > >>> SkipStone recognizes key events just fine, you may want to check >> > out the source > >>> for gtkmozembed. >>> >> >> That works because I load a XUL shell which has the keybindings > > attached > >> to it. >> > > > Would that be this code right here: > > mChromeLocation.AssignWithConversion > ("chrome://embedding/browser/content/simple-shell.xul"); > mChromeNav->LoadURI(mChromeLocation.GetUnicode(), > nsIWebNavigation::LOAD_FLAGS_NONE); > > http://lxr.mozilla.org/mozilla/source/embedding/browser/gtk/src/gtkmozem > bed.cpp#404 > > Will this work in an embedding app that doesn't use XUL? > That looks like the right code. You might be able to do it without XUL and it's actually one of the things that's on my TODO list. I don't have specifics yet, though. --Chris
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
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QA Contact: geetha.vaidyanaathan → avm
This bug is reproduced for me with latest webclient. When webclient running with page that required scrollbars, it do not respond event until click inside document or scroll page with using mouse. Linux 2.2 & Latest Nightly Mozilla build
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Component: Java APIs to WebShell → Java APIs to WebShell
Product: Core → Core Graveyard
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