Last modified: 2010-05-15 15:38:35 UTC
I'm using IE6. When I try to delete an image, I type a reason for
deletion, then hit Enter. The browser acts like it's loading a new
page (the silly icon animates, and a message appears in the status
bar). After a few seconds it finishes, but the same page is there,
and the image hasn't been deleted. I have to actually click on
the "Confirm" button to get it to delete.
I don't have this problem when deleting regular pages, or when
editing. In both cases, I can hit Enter from the summary field.
I have no idea why this problem exists. Perhaps the fault is on my
end. Does anyone else have this problem?
I can confirm that it does not work with IE 6.0.2800.1106 under windows 2000.
The POST is sent though but never processed.
Blocks Bug 640: Internet Explorer (IE) / Windows issues (tracking)
It does work for me as admin using IE 6.0. Is this bug already solved?
Confirmed not working with Internet Explorer 6.0.2900 under Windows XP
Professional using MediaWiki 1.5.1. Not a problem under Firefox, however.
Still also a problem under MediaWiki 1.5.2.
Confirmation checkbox is gone now; the submit button had been
coopted to replace it in the submission variables, but some
user agents don't go looking for a default button when you
submit by hitting 'enter' in a text entry widget. Just check
that the form was posted; we already have the edit token check
to confirm that it's not a forged request.