Last modified: 2012-04-19 21:43:23 UTC
Created attachment 6634 [details]
Bug desc screen shots
Reporting against Babaco Release.
Steps to reproduce::
1)Navigate to a page and click edit Link.
2)Enter several links into the article with some texts like below.
==Heading text 1==
===Heading text 2===
====Heading text 3====
=====Heading text 4=====
3)Now click links one by one which are in the Navigable TOC.
<<Texts entered in the text area getting highlighted one by one>>
Cursor should focus to the respective text in the text area.
Test Environment ::
Browser (User-Agent): Opera/9.00 (Windows NT 6.0; U; en)
Time and Date: 10:50:54 AM - Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Cookies Enabled: Enabled
Java Enabled: Not Available/Enabled
(In reply to comment #0)
> Test Environment ::
> Browser (User-Agent): Opera/9.00 (Windows NT 6.0; U; en)
> Time and Date: 10:50:54 AM - Tuesday, October 06, 2009
> Cookies Enabled: Enabled
> Java Enabled: Not Available/Enabled
Aaargh. It seems that Opera 9.0 does not provide any way to set zero-length selections (i.e. put the cursor somewhere without selecting anything) backward of the current position. I suggest we just drop Opera 9.0 support, considering how buggy and little-used that browser is.
Given it's < 0.1% coverage, often I feel like we should be spending no more than < 0.1% of our time ensuring it works perfectly. I think we need to try and reach out to blacklisted browsers later on, when we have time, but it's important to realize that as time goes on, these browsers represent a smaller number of users.
Trevor blacklisted Opera < 9.6 in r57436.
noted the blacklisted note and closed.