1. Go to http://buzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Browser 2. Focus on a non-listbox control, e.g. the Description textarea. 3. Scroll the Component list box via its scroll bar. 4. Focus stays with the Description box, so up/down arrows don't move the selection in the list box.
IE has the same behavior.
As does NS4...
-> form control guys
checked in buildID: 2001062803 - win2000 I suppose this has something to do with the value of the size attribute in the "select " element. Look at the attached testcase. There are 2 scenarios:- scenario 1: =========== there is a list box with the "size" attribute equal to the number of options. actual: when i click on the scrollbar side of the list box, i am able to use the up-down arrows from the keyboard to make my selection. The focus is on the list box. scenario 2: =========== there is a list box with the "size" attribute less than equal to the number of options. actual: if i click on the scrollbar side of the list box, the focus does not come on the list box. Whereas, if i click on the inside of the list box, it gets the focus. expected: The list box should get the focus even if i click on it's scrollbar side. changing OS to *all*
This is probably bug 9086, but leaving open just in case the fix for 9086 doesn't fix this case.
WFM on WinXP Moz 2003081904
This worksforme with 2004020909 windows Seamonkey build.