[webkit-qt] Browser Back not consistent with Safari browser.
zaheer.mot at gmail.com
Fri Oct 22 00:45:41 PDT 2010
I dont see this issue on trunk (a few weeks old) + gtk port.
On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 1:08 PM, Srinivas Rao M Hamse
<msrinirao at gmail.com>wrote:
> I think though it is a redirection, an extra history item is getting
> created in this case. Are you noticing this issue in WebKit trunk releases?
> If not, where should i file this bug ?
> Srinivas Rao M.
> On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 12:59 PM, Zaheer Ahmad <zaheer.mot at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Its a redirection and i suppose only committed URLs go in to history?
>> On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 4:45 PM, Srinivas Rao M Hamse <
>> msrinirao at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello WebKitters,
>>> I am working on the QT 4.7.0 Port of WebKit demo browser. I am facing an
>>> issue of multiple history items getting added when i load
>>> http://www.hdfcbank.com. That is when i visit this page, there are two
>>> entries in my back forward list that gets added into it as follows:
>>> The second URL may be referred by the first one and hence gets added
>>> separately into web history. When we press Browser Back, it tries to *again*
>>> load the first page followed by the second one. This way you cannot come of
>>> the this site by hitting single browser back button.
>>> In Safari browser, it loads two URLs, but when i press Browser Back, it
>>> comes to a blank page and stays there.
>>> Only in Firefox browser this site working fine, it some how intelligently
>>> filters out first entry and adds only the second entry to it. On pressing
>>> browser back you will come back to the previously visited website.
>>> My question here are:
>>> a. WebKit-QT's demo browser implementation has to be matching with that
>>> of Safari. Why is this behavior not consistent ?
>>> b. Is there a way that we can avoid addition of multiple entries into
>>> back-forward list for the sites belonging to the above category ? If yes
>>> please post the pointers to this buglog.
>>> Srinivas Rao M.
>>> Srinivas Rao M Hamse
>>> webkit-qt mailing list
>>> webkit-qt at lists.webkit.org
> Srinivas Rao M Hamse
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