1) Go to a site with frames. 2) Search for a word which is found in one frame - it will be hilited. 3) Find next. 4) If the word exists in a subsequent frame, the word is hilited but the word remains hilited in the previous frame. The selection should be un-hilited in the previous frame.
The patch fixes it. If a find was successful and a selection was made, the frame is remembered. If, next time through, we find in a different frame, the selection that we set before is cleared. Do we think this is the right behavior? If so, can I get r=?
putting in 9.4 to get on Simon's radar
Priority: -- → P3
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla0.9.4
While the patch here fixes it, it's more of a workaround. The find code is already setting focus on the window in which the find occurred. I think the focus code, which must un-focus the previously focused window, should collapse the selection in the unfocused window.
The patch looks OK to me; it's better to do this in the Find code than the selection/focus code (there are other bugs about how selection should look on framed pages). sr=sfraser on the patch. Conrad, do you want the bug back?
Sure, I'll take the bug back.
Jud, can you review this one?
Assignee: sfraser → ccarlen
Fix checked in.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Verified on 8-30 build
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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