Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 63016
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:41:46 EDT
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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.9) Gecko/20020405
Description of problem:
Hat Training page triggered a Konqueror bug. The test cases showing this
These are test cases showing an inconsistent behavior in Konqueror's handling of
click this link in Netscape or Mozilla it goes to the normal hyperlink, while
truncating the trailing space within that quoted string.
with a trailing space within the quoted string. This behavior is identical to
Netscape and Mozilla.
Test Case 3 links to a snippet of HTML from a Red Hat page that caused this
Konqueror bug. View source and notice that the URL in the hyperlink and
%20 then losing knowledge of the prior visited page. (Try clicking Back, it will
incorrectly return to this page instead of example.html.)
Test Case 1 - Space after filename - Ignores Trailing Spaces
Test Case 2 - Space after Slash Ignores Trailing Spaces
Konqueror Bug" on example.html, it changes trailing space into %20, Back button
lost knowledge of the prior page.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
KDE 3.0.0-3 in Skipjack beta 2
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Follow directions in the test cases at that URL.
2. Be sure to click "Back" and see that it lost knowledge about the prior page.
Actual Results: Does not behave like Netscape, Mozilla, Opera or Internet
Explorer. Also loses knowledge of the prior page when you click "Back".
Expected Results: That links should behave identically to other web browsers.
It shouldn't lose knowledge of the prior page when you click "Back".
Re-tested: Still exists in Red Hat Linux 7.3.
Just checked with 3.0.2-1: The first 2 links work as expected, back works all
the time, the space in the 3rd example is still converted to %20 [which is
compliant to the specs, but not the same thing the other browsers do].
Should this still be considered a bug? Compliant to specs, but different
behavior from the other browsers.
Fixes pending upstream in KDE 3.1.
Fixed in Phoebe. Behaves exactly like Mozilla now.