From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:0.9) Gecko/20010505 BuildID: 2001050515 When visiting http://www.idg.se/idgse/ with no previous entries on the back button, clicking a headline link (the site is a swedish news site) will result in five entries on the back button pointing to linked page (the news article). Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Exit all instances of Mozilla. 2. Start a Mozilla. 3. Open http://www.idg.se/idgse/ 4. Click the first headline. 5. Click the drop down arrow on the back button. Actual Results: Five entries pointing to the news article should appear. And the previous page is found as the sixth entry. Expected Results: There should be only the now sixth entry.
Confirm: Build 2001051308 under Win2k Using the Modern theme, when I activate the Back drop-down list, the 2 pages I had been to before (home and idg.se) appear twice, for a total of 4 options. If I place the mouse over the first two options (counting from the top down) the corresponding option in the lower "box" lights up. Both sets of options work equaly. Only worked when I exited Mozilla completly and restarted. On another note, when I originaly loaded idg.se, it gave me 3 "save to" boxes containing several files. I did not write down the names of these files, and since I cannot reproduce the bug I will not file a bug report. If anyone else experiences the same thing, feel free to file a bug a CC me in there.
I tried this out today, in B1 builds. I could not reproduce it.
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