4/11 04 WinNT Open any dialog with buttons on it such as the prefs dialog. Use the tab key to navigate around the dialog. The OK/Cancel (and presumably any other such) buttons cannot be reached. I've seen this on other dialogs as well, so I think it's a generalized problem. Not sure if event handling is the right place to send this, please forward on appropriately.
Magic 8-ball says XPApps. /be
Assignee: joki → pchen
Component: Event Handling → XP Apps
Your 8-ball needs to be cleaned. Mine reads "bryner or saari"... Brian, your last patch made it so the pref panes can finally be reached (thankfully), but also so that you can't get to the buttons anymore once you focus the pref panes :-)
Assignee: pchen → bryner
Thank you -- anything beats joki, who tends not to notice new bugs, AFAICT. /be
This is fixed by my proposed patch for 31809. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 31809 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
This bug was not fixed by 31809. I can't tab to the OK/Cancel buttons in the prefs dialog on the 4/25 04 build.
Status: RESOLVED → REOPENED
Resolution: DUPLICATE → ---
I just tested on Linux, and jrgm tested on Windows, and we were able to tab to all the buttons in the prefs panel (although I had to click on an element to focus it first). If this still doesn't work for you, can you be more specific about the steps involved?
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago → 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
OK, it gets to the buttons. However, the order is strange. The first tab after the panel opens goes to the first element in the right frame. Tabbing through goes to each element in that frame. Tabbing once more goes to something invisible. Tabbing once more goes to the category in the left frame. Tabbing once more goes to the OK button. Another tab to the Cancel button. Is this *really* the expected behavior??? (Is there a separate bug on the tab order being goofy?)
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