The summary says it all. I would wager that the "Forward" button and functions do not work either, but I couldn't tell you because I haven't been able to go back.
The summary does not say it all. Please see the bug writing guidelines at <http://www.mozilla.org/quality/bug-writing-guidelines.html> for the kinds of information we need in a bug report. Thanks.
Sorry for the lack of info - let's see if this is more helpful. I just installed the daily build from 23-May-01 (20010523) on WinNT40+SP6 and it happened on the first session using the browser. This morning the problem went away (I restarted my machine last night) and I have not been able to reproduce it since. ?
Korhan, thanks for the followup. The kind of report that is most helpful (and would have been very helpful here since now you are unable to reproduce) is one which contains clear and specific steps to reproduce. For example: Steps to reproduce: 1. start the browser with the about:blank loaded as the start page 2. type www.mozilla.org in the URL bar and hit enter 3. click the back button. Results: The button did not depress and the browser did not load the about:blank page Expected Results: The button should depress and otherwise behave like other enabled buttons and the previous page in session history (about:blank) should be loaded. Now, if we had clear steps to test today and were unable to reproduce the problem with those clear steps it would be easy to resolve this bug as fixed or worksforme (depending on whether someone actually checked in a fix). Without those clear steps it is much more difficult to resolve the bug since we don't know if you were testing the same way this time as when it was failing. In this case I suspect it was either the commonly experienced problem reported in 56062 (and recently Fixed) or it was some edge case which is dependent on some combination of factors that are difficult to replicate. What I'd like to do with this report is to resolve it Worksforme and if you are able to reproduce the problem again then to have you reopen it with a better set of steps to repro. Does that work for you? Thanks for your help in testing Mozilla and reporting bugs. Let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about the bug reporting (or any other Mozilla) process. Thanks again. --Asa