The fix for bug 43797 was partially incorrect. Since the taskbar is no longer in the vbox with the drag handlers, you're no longer able to drop on it. You should be able to; such behavior was by design.
cc'ing German. I have never heard of this feature and have no idea how it works. Who's design? Please describe what this (used) to be able to do.
In Mozilla previously you could, and in Internet Explorer for Windows you can, drop a link/shortcut/URL/whatever onto the status bar of the browser in order to load it. Why? Because where the content area is dedicated to showing a plugin (like the QuickTime plugin, for example), the plugin eats a drop event. So you need lots of space other than the content area where you can drop an URL for it to load. You should be able to drop an URL onto the status bar, onto an omnipresent scrollbar (bug 72540), and (once we get one) onto the Address Bar (bug 49543).
OS: Windows 2000 → All
Hardware: PC → All
r = kerz (over irc)
a=tor for trunk checkin
fix checked into trunk.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
VERIFIED Fixed with 2001062104 builds
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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