User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; SunOS i86pc; rv:10.0.11) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/10.0.11 Build ID: 20121204223129 Steps to reproduce: 1. In Views, choose Customize... and add a new filter to create a new customized view. 2. Choose the new customized view. 3. In Views, choose Customize... and delete the new customized view. Actual results: In the main window, the already-deleted view is still listed. Expected results: In the main window, the view should switch back to All.
I guess the "Customize..." is in right click menu of toolbar. I don't see this bug in Solaris11u2 or Linux. So this one is Solaris 12 specified?
(In reply to yue.c.chen from comment #0) > Actual results: > In the main window, the already-deleted view is still listed. What phenomenon at where do you call by "In the main window, listed"? There are three places where "Costomized View name" is shown. (A) View -> Customize... -> "Customize Message Views" panel in this panel, existent customized view is LISTED, and by "New" button, new customized view is added to LIST, and by "Delete" button, customized view is removed from LIST. (B) View -> Custom Views -> drop down menu(sub menu by menupopup) in this sub menue, existent customized view is LISTED (C) View -> Custom Views -> drop down menu(sub menu by menupopup) -> select an existent customized view from LIST and apply the selected customized view => The selected customized view is shown at box of "View: [ ... ]" After (C), deleted via (A), and "In the main window, still SHOWN at (C)", even after delete via (A)? If so, I could see phenomenon. This is similar to "Refresh of Virtual Folder(Seach Folder), and View too, requires folder switch"(request of "Refresh" button), "Refresh of Quick Search of Quick Filter Bar is not automatically done when search string is cut by CTRL+X", etc. However, after delete via (A), I couldn't see deleted one at LIST of (A) nor LIST of (B) any more.
(In reply to fengyuan from comment #1) > I guess the "Customize..." is in right click menu of toolbar. > I don't see this bug in Solaris11u2 or Linux. So this one is Solaris 12 > specified? see also questions in comment 2
confirmed using steps in comment 0. And no duplicate found