Build: 2001070604, Mac OS 9.1 To reproduce: 1. Ensure that your startup prefs are set to open only a Navigator window. 2. Quit and restart Mozilla. 3. Resize your Navigator window to something approaching full-screen size. 4. Use Command+click to open a link on your home page in a new window. 5. Shrink the new window so that you can easily flick between the two windows. 6. Close the new window. 7. Quit Mozilla. 8. Restart Mozilla. What happens: * A new Navigator window is created with the size and position of the most recently opened manually-opened Navigator window (the small one). What should happen: * A new Navigator window is created with the size and position of the most recently open manually-opened Navigator window (the large one). Note that `manually opened' means this doesn't apply to windows opened by a script, even if the user clicked on a link to invoke that script.
Assignee: pchen → danm
QA Contact: sairuh → claudius
Confounded performance optimizations. The problem is Mozilla isn't saving the state of the first window when it's activated as the second window is closed. It's supposed to. The patch in bug 86955 also fixes this bug.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Depends on: 86955
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla1.0
Fixed. See patch in bug 86955.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Verified fixed, build 2001110908, Mac OS 9.1. Thankyou so much.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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