jaspradlin at gmail.com
Sat Aug 9 00:01:41 UTC 2008
Kind of, but no.
That bug references a direct copy (using ctrl-c or "copy" on the context
menu) of text located in the address bar... In that case, the code that
moves the selected text to the clipboard and accidentally translates
the %20 into a space.
In THIS bug, it only occurs when RIGHT CLICKING a link and selecting
copy link location. This time, it does do the opposite, but it makes
sense to have it do this for the following reasons:
if I coded a page with <a href="www.google.com/fun times"> (made up
link) then the browser needs to know to use URL encoding because the
REAL address WILL actually be ..."fun%20times"
else)"> we are not referencing a URL at all... We are calling a
file. Firefox should NEVER presume to URL encode a link containing a
Alexander Sack wrote:
> isnt this the opposite of the bug claimed in:
> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=440075 ?
> ** Changed in: firefox-3.0 (Ubuntu)
> Status: New => Incomplete
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