Mozilla 1.6 GA: wrong window position after Mozilla restart

Hi!

Here runs Mozilla/5.0 (OS/2; U; Warp 4.5; de-AT; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040117
under eCS 1.04.

Mozilla notes unfortunately always the wrong window position with
terminates. I.e. if Mozilla with several windows were opened, it
starts not more at the window position of the window, but at the
position, terminated last, which furthest right was.

Again did bug 2502 in-creep?

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Hier l�uft Mozilla/5.0 (OS/2; U; Warp 4.5; de-AT; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040117
  unter eCS 1.04.

Mozilla merkt sich leider immer die falsche Fensterposition beim
beenden. D.h. wenn Mozilla mit mehreren Fenstern ge�ffnet war, startet
es nicht mehr an der Fensterposition des zuletzt beendeten Fensters,
sondern an der Position, welche am weitesten rechts war.

Hat sich wieder Fehler 2502 eingeschlichen?


Bye/2 Massi
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On 04/01/20 15:34 Michael Massenberg apparently typed:

> Here runs Mozilla/5.0 (OS/2; U; Warp 4.5; de-AT; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040117
> under eCS 1.04.

> Mozilla notes unfortunately always the wrong window position with
> terminates. I.e. if Mozilla with several windows were opened, it
> starts not more at the window position of the window, but at the
> position, terminated last, which furthest right was.

> Again did bug 2502 in-creep?

I can't believe this wasn't fixed before 1.6 release:
http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=222502#c3
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Felix
1/20/2004 10:48:24 PM
Felix Miata wrote:
> I can't believe this wasn't fixed before 1.6 release:
> http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=222502#c3

Then fix it.

We have no idea what is happening.

Mike

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M
1/21/2004 4:13:07 PM
M K wrote:

> We have no idea what is happening.
> 
> Mike

Mike,

Whatever it is, I've been seeing it since 1.4 and posted about it here 
once before.  It's not just after a restart, either; it also affects new 
windows created with ^N.  Say you have two different size browser 
windows open, a small one and a large one.  Prior to ca. 1.4, and in all 
versions of Netscape, hitting ^N in one of those windows would create a 
new window the same size as the active window, offset down and to the 
right by about the width of the title bar.  Now, the new window that 
opens is the size of whichever window was last resized, *not* of the 
active window.

I've only seen this in OS/2.  I haven't used Linux recently, but in 
Windows on Mozilla 1.5, new window creation behaves like it's supposed to.

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Mike
1/27/2004 1:03:28 AM
Good mornings from snow-covered Berlin!

Mike Forester schrieb:
> Say you have two different size browser windows open, a small one
> and a large one. Prior to ca. 1.4, and in all versions of Netscape,
> hitting ^N in one of those windows would create a new window the
> same size as the active window, offset down and to the right by
> about the width of the title bar. Now, the new window that opens
> is the size of whichever window was last resized, *not* of the
> active window.

That is here exactly the same. Yes.

> I've only seen this in OS/2. I haven't used Linux recently, but in
> Windows on Mozilla 1.5, new window creation behaves like it's
> supposed to.

It seems to be actually a problem the OS/2 version.

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