Build ID: 1999061409 Platform: Windows NT To reproduce this bug: - Go to http://www.bear.net (warning: adult content). Apprunner will load a page that contains a refresh tag that specifies a 20 second pause before loading a relative URL: <META http-equiv="refresh" content="20; URL=/home.tpl"> - Before the 20 seconds are up, manually enter a different URL and press Enter to load it. (I used Yahoo!). - Yahoo! will finish loading. However, in a few more seconds, the refresh tag from the main page at bear.net will kick in and you'll go back to the actual home page at bear.net (http://www.bear.net/home.tpl). Expected result would be that you stay at Yahoo!; manually entering a URL should "break" the refresh process. I used view-source: to grab the source HTML but when it's served from a local machine, the problem does not manifest itself.
I have seen a similar problem. I type www.excite.com (my personalized page, which is set to refresh (with a META Refresh) every ten minutes) into the location bar and hit enter. After the page loads, I type slashdot.org into the location bar and hit enter. If I leave it sitting on the Slashdot page, or even browsing through the stories, after ten minutes the browser will refresh back to my Excite page. Conversely, I have a link to Slashdot on my Excite page. If I click this link, I go to slashdot.org, but the page never appears to refresh to Excite again. This is running M8 on NT SP4.
Rick, did I forget to give you this one before or is it a dupe. Either way, here you go.
*** Bug 9821 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
It looks like they removed the meta-refresh tag from this page... However, other pages with <META http-equiv="refresh"...> seem to work now... I think that all of the docloader work fixed the problem :-) -- rick
Sounds good to me. Verifying as WFM.
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