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Description of problem:
When submitting forms at some sites like this Bugzilla, Konqueror pops up two
windows that say the following:
Warning - Konqueror
The page you are trying to view is the result of posted form data. If you
resend the data, any action the form carried out (such as search or online
purchase) will be repeated.
Two buttons: Resend, Cancel
If you click Cancel, the form doesn't submit at all. If you click Resend it
loads the submitted form page. If you click Resend and Resend it seems to cause
the form to fail. Resend and Cancel seems to work.
Earlier Phoebe2 builds of KDE 3.1 would segfault immediately after you click
Resend or Cancel, but latest Rawhide doesn't seem to crash anymore.
With this strange form submission behavior Konqueror is confusing and
questionably usable as a web browser. I suspect that this double warning pop-up
may be similar in cause to Bug 82543.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run Konqueror.
2. Go through the "New" bug submission process at http://bugzilla.redhat.com
3. Click the button "Step 6. Additional Information"
Double warning pop-ups. (Why does it warn at all?)
Still reproducible in the some spot of Red Hat Bugzilla.