When the user tries to scroll through twitter photos, the user continues to be brought back to the beginning of the photos. User can never actually get to the end of the list. Repro Steps: 1) Updated Leo to Build ID: 20130828155538 Base Build v10a 2) Select and open on Twitter from homescreen 3) Tap on 'Sign in' button 4) Enter username and password 5) Press 'Sign In' button 6) Select 'Me' 7) Select "Following" 8) Select person your following 9) Scroll down to pictures 10) Scroll to right 11) View what happens Actual: Pictures bounce back each time user attempts to scroll further right Expected: Pictures are able to stop when user takes hand off picture Environmental Variables Build ID: 20130828155538 Gecko: /rev/ Gaia: bcfbffbbb59406b8a07def8ab264792c8d28f23a Platform Version: 18.1 Notes: See attached video for issue
what is the status of this bug?
i think it could be important from the user perspective to see the pictures of the ones they are following in Twitter. So I would upgrade this to P1 if possible.
Harald, any ETA on this bug?
Any updates on this bug?
Problem persists. I reproduced this on a Keon geeksphone device nightly build 20131028225522 v1.2
Crossposted - will update soon
Jeremy, can you provide a date for when this bug will be fixed? The preloaded apps for FFOS version 1.2 deadline is coming up on Monday, November 25th.
Jeremy, do you have any updates regarding this bug? Can this be fixed by February 19th, please? Thank you.
Apologies, no update here - unlikely this will get reviewed before the feb 15th deadline
Hey Nicole, Can you confirm that this box has been removed in the latest versions of Twitter for Web, and thus this is no longer an issue?
Nevermind, I can still reproduce this on the me tab
the current status in Firefox (nightly) is that some prefixed CSS is still accepted but "not returned" Here a quick exmaple: ```js // this actually works without problems or warnings document.body.style.cssText += ';-moz-transform:rotate(45deg)'; // later on .. var transform = document.body.style['-moz-transform']; // undefined var transform = getComputedStyle(document.body, null).getPropertyValue('-moz-transform'); ``` I don't know exactly why prefixed CSS for the right vendor, in this case `-moz-`, aren't simply both accepted and returned as alias once standardized but some web component might believe that if the used prefixed CSS did visually change something with the same property name would be possible to retrieve the same value previously accepted. However, if you'll ever stop accepting `-moz-transform` or any other `-moz-` property without a CSS deprecation warning in console first, please let us know so we can easily avoid these kind of problems ;-) Best Regards
On v1.3 I can't see the photo rail like in bug 947369
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