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Re: up down key not working

Leonidas Jones
Not Me wrote:
> Using SM beta and mozilla 1.7.12. On this website the up/down key won't
> work with SM but does work with mozilla. Anyone replicate this? If so, I
> guess it's a bug.
>
> http://www.internetnews.com/

Up, Down, End, Home keyboard keys working fine from here, SM 1.0b on OSX.

Lee
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Re: up down key not working

walt-2
Not Me wrote:
> Using SM beta and mozilla 1.7.12. On this website the up/down key won't
> work with SM but does work with mozilla. Anyone replicate this? If so, I
> guess it's a bug.
>
> http://www.internetnews.com/

What I notice in both FF and SM is that the up/down arrows stop working
when the mouse pointer is resting on a Flash applet.  Your website has
two very prominent Flash applets near the top of the page -- any chance
your mouse pointer was resting on one while using SM?

I dunno if this behavior should be considered a bug or not -- it does
seem unnecessary, though.
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Re: up down key not working

Moritz 'Morty' Strübe
walt schrieb:

> Not Me wrote:
>> Using SM beta and mozilla 1.7.12. On this website the up/down key won't
>> work with SM but does work with mozilla. Anyone replicate this? If so, I
>> guess it's a bug.
>>
>> http://www.internetnews.com/
>
> What I notice in both FF and SM is that the up/down arrows stop working
> when the mouse pointer is resting on a Flash applet.  Your website has
> two very prominent Flash applets near the top of the page -- any chance
> your mouse pointer was resting on one while using SM?
>
> I dunno if this behavior should be considered a bug or not -- it does
> seem unnecessary, though.

This behavior is correct, as the keystrokes are to be sent to the
(Flash) plugin. Otherwise the idea of Plugins wouldn't work out (Think
of Flash-games or java-applets or mediaplayers).
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Profile bug on yesterday's SM 1.5a last-trunk

Juhani Tenhunen
I found yesterday's SM 1.5a (version 09 for Windows) didn't find SM
profiles.

Regards, Juhani Tenhunen
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Re: Profile bug on yesterday's SM 1.5a last-trunk

Tobias Fischer-2
In reply to this post by Moritz 'Morty' Strübe
On 2006-01-03 12:13, Juhani Tenhunen wrote:
> I found yesterday's SM 1.5a (version 09 for Windows) didn't find SM
> profiles.

See https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=322116

Darin has just checked in a new Patch for causing
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=318193 so hopefully the
next Builds (CREATURE Tinderbox about two or three hours) were o.k. again.


Tobias

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