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If I click into the "Custom Rejection Reason Textbox" the focus switches to the Radiobutton. I'm still able to select it via keyboard or if I click in rapid succession into the box, and it seems like the MouseUp-Event moves the focus.

Steps to reproduce:

  • Find yourself a reject-worthy suggested edit
  • Click into the "Custom Rejection Reason Textbox" and hold the button
  • The box now has the focus
  • Let the mousebutton go, the Radiobutton receives now the focus

Seen with FF6+.

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Repro confirmed (see jsfiddle). Aside: works fine on Chrome and Safari; in IE, it fails to select the radio at all. Gotta love standards. – Marc Gravell Nov 14 '11 at 9:31
@MarcGravell: this is in theory a bug in Firefox? But on the other side it sounds like this behavior is correct in some way. Uh...complicated. – Time Traveling Bobby Nov 14 '11 at 10:41
I didn't single out any one browser for a "bug". I merely note that the behaviour is inconsistent between the three, and I would like it to be consistent (indeed, the spec is vague). – Marc Gravell Nov 14 '11 at 10:46
(fixed next deploy, btw) – Marc Gravell Nov 14 '11 at 10:49
Sounds to me like it's not supposed to hold another editing control at all. Though, I have not much experience in reading and interpreting standards (but I know that they can be interpreted, stretched and watered like there's no tomorrow). Out of interest, what is the fix to this? – Time Traveling Bobby Nov 14 '11 at 11:08
@Bobby ... yeah ... I just ended fixing up the template – waffles Mar 20 '12 at 23:18

do not bump me ... thanks ... the management.

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