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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002775||NetSurf||[All Projects] General||public||2020-06-02 17:08||2020-06-02 17:08|
|Platform||ARMiniX||OS||RISC OS||OS Version||5.27|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0002775: URLs get truncated/corrupted on drag|
|Description||I've noticed that when I try to insert URLs into a StrongED window by dragging the text from the URL icon, they often seem to come out truncated, with a random extra character inserted at the end. This seems to happen when the URL in question ends with a link to a local anchor on the page, but it may simply be that these tend to be the longer URLs.|
I've also seen the same behaviour when dragging into a textarea in Netsurf itself, e.g. when sending PMs via a website or making bug reports. However, it's not reliably reproducible in either case.
|Steps To Reproduce||I've just opened the URL https://m.fanfiction.net/topic/2872/80408163/145/#180965995 (by double-clicking on a text file in StrongED) and dragged the contents of the URL bar into this icon, with the results seen below:|
I had previously had an identical result when performing the same drag into a StrongED window, and I see the same corruption/truncation in the resulting file when dragging from the URL bar to a Filer window.
Unfortunately this does *not* happen every time, as I've just demonstrated above by opening a second Netsurf window on the same URL and anchor, and dragging from that....
Here's another example, from a random Dreamwidth journal:
The displayed URL was https://dialecticdreamer.dreamwidth.org/124759.html#cutid1 (this specific 'p' corruption seems to be quite common when performing a URL-bar drag to link to subsections in Dreamwidth blogs; here's another one found by clicking on links from the post above: http://dialecticdreamer.dreamwidth.org/42049.html#cutid1p )
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|Reported in CI build #||5041|
|URL of problem page||https://dialecticdreamer.dreamwidth.org/124759.html#cutid1|
|2020-06-02 17:08||Harriet Bazley||New Issue|