Created attachment 646586 [details] Nightly (07/27) - Screenshot See screenshot. Upon device rotation (while the toolbar is open), the options menu automatically opens and and the to toolbar positioning is off. I don't recall this happening prior, so I think this is a new regression. -- Nightly (07/27) Galaxy Nexus (Android 4.1.1)
Positioning off is a bug that happened a while ago I thought... Isn't this a dup of bug 768043
Actually found it's not a dup... reader bar is different. It however does work for me in Aug 6th build. Nightly
Doh. Spoke too soon. 1. go to www.newyorktimes.com 2. click on an article in landscape mode 3. select reader mode 4. select reader menu 5. change the background from light to dark 6. switch to portrait mode
Note: you may have to scroll on the reader mode before tapping on the content then tapping on the reader menu (between 3/4) does not occur on 6/26/2012 build occurs on 06/27/2012 Nightly build (16.0a1) Note: scroll all the way down to the bottom on the 6/27/2012 build and then tap to bring the reader menu and you can see a black box overlaying on top of the content.
I think this is fixed in Nightly, or at least, I can't reproduce this in my local build (so I guess it could be fixed by bug 777260) - Perhaps it was fixed by bug 779269?
I haven't seen this since filing. Naoki reopen if still can.
Since this is not reproducible anymore I'm removing the regressionwindow-wanted keyword.
Created attachment 670213 [details] screenshot Can repro in 16.0.1 1. open a news article in reader mode (www.nytimes.com article) in portrait 2. scroll til the reader mode menu fades 3. switch to landscape 4. double tap to bring back the menu 5. switch to portrait with the menu still up. expected: menu at the bottom actual: menu at mid way.
Using the STR form comment9 I can't reproduce this issue on latest Nyghtly 19.0a1 (2012-10-14), Aurora 18.0a2 (2012-10-14) and Firefox beta 17 using Galaxy Nexus (Android 4.1.1) HTC Desire Z (Android 2.3.3) and Samsung Galaxy R (Android 2.3.4)
QA Triage Comment: Tried this out on Firefox Beta 17.0 Re: steps in comment #9, what I see happen is that the menu appears dislodged from the bottom, but then swiftly snaps to the bottom fairly quickly. There is no permanent 'stuck' state for the toolbar in the middle of the viewable page. Going to resolve this as the original problem is fixed and I can't reproduce otherwise.
This issue doesn't occur anymore on the latest Nightly. Closing bug as verified fixed on: Firefox for Android Version: 21.0a1 (2013-01-29) Device: Galaxy R OS: Android 2.3.4