Build ID: 2001050812 Windows 2000. This seems to only happen on Windows 2000, my Mac OS 9.1 2001050808 doesn't exhibit this. Summary: Clicking on the "Next" button populates the toolbar (when it shouldn't). Steps to Reproduce: 1. Click on your INBOX (no message, etc.) 2. Notice that the following are disabled (because they are context sensitive to a message) Reply, Reply All, Forward, File, Delete, Print and Stop 3. Click on the "Next" button. Expected Results: On Mac, we say, "Advance to next unread message in foldername?" Actual Results: As soon as you click the "Next" button, the buttons mentioned in step #2 appear! Suresh saw this on my machine, I swear I'm not crazy! :-)
17 years ago
QA Contact: esther → nbaca
Invalid, I'm lame. Focus is actually in the threadpane, so "next" gets you to a message, and thereby places focus on it, causing the toolbars to get activated.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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