User Group Deleted Even If Say Cancel
#3 Updated by NOYB NOYB over 3 years ago
I'll fire things up here in a little while and see if I can still replicate the issue.
There really wasn't much to it. Click the delete (trash can) icon and then click cancel on the are you sure popup dialog prompt. I've seen it every time without fail. Think maybe a page refresh/reload may have been involved. Don't recall for sure on that.
#6 Updated by NOYB NOYB over 3 years ago
Don't really know what to say... But I'll try...
Happens without fail here. Can reproduce every time at will.
System is pretty basic. I don't run a bunch of junk... addons, games, tool bars, etc. It's pretty vanilla system.
Besides, running in a "pinned" shortcut, so addons are not supposed to run anyway. (happens when not running in "pinned" shortcut too so that's not the issue).
Works fine on 2.2.6
I'm at a loss. What sorts of things would have impact on this?
#8 Updated by Chris Buechler over 3 years ago
- Status changed from Feedback to Not a Bug
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Weird. Yeah that's not something we're going to be able to fix. :) Maybe it's mis-clicking onto OK instead, that seems the most likely given IE obviously knows how to handle OK and cancel.
#9 Updated by NOYB NOYB over 3 years ago
Disagree that it is not a bug. It works fine in 2.2.6 with touch or stylus.
It's not related to the method used for clicking the cancel button. That works either way as long as the trash can is not selected by touch or stylus. It's the trashcan selection method that causes it not to work.
Probably a pretty good possibility to be css related given it works fine in 2.2.6.
An inadvertent touch of the trashcan and the user group can be kissed good-by. No means of canceling. None recoverable.
Sorry but that is a bug. Whether anything is going to be done about it is your prerogative. But it is a bug nonetheless.
#11 Updated by Chris Buechler over 3 years ago
We have no Windows devices with touch or stylus to try. IE's a small portion of the user base, and touch/stylus is a tiny fraction of that. Pull requests welcome, I'll gladly open it back up if someone finds and submits a fix. We can't fix something we can't replicate, and I don't think we care enough to buy a Windows touchscreen device.