Bug 42541 - Litmus test cases: weirdness in Chrome and IE.
Summary: Litmus test cases: weirdness in Chrome and IE.
Alias: None
Product: LibreOffice
Classification: Unclassified
Component: WWW (show other bugs)
(earliest affected)
Hardware: All All
: medium major
Assignee: Rimas Kudelis (only watching bugs where I'm in CC list)
Depends on:
Reported: 2011-11-02 21:08 UTC by Yifan Jiang
Modified: 2011-11-07 02:00 UTC (History)
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Description Yifan Jiang 2011-11-02 21:08:04 UTC
WebBrowser Build: Chrome 9.0.597.107, IE 8


    1. OpenURL https://tcm.documentfoundation.org/manage_testcases.cgi

    2. Login with an admin ID

    3. Select from the Product select box: Libreoffice (Problem 1.)

    4. Select from the Branch select box: * Master Function Regression Test (Problem 2.)

    5. Select from any items in of the Test Group and Test Subgroup  (Problem 2.)


    1. In IE 8, the page simply sticks to "Filtering test list..."

    2. In Chrome 9, the test cases in testcase select box do not actually
    reflect the filtered category. The box always shows ALL cases.
[Extra Information]

    + These functions work quite fine in Firefox 7.
Comment 1 Rimas Kudelis (only watching bugs where I'm in CC list) 2011-11-06 10:51:02 UTC
I managed to fix Problem 1 (IE up to version 8 lacks support to a certain function). See https://gitorious.org/litmus/litmus/commit/9bf864ab69045b674a33a15960d8f575fdb71b50.

Problem 2 is a bit tougher. It looks like Gecko-based browsers are the only ones supporting display:none on <option> elements, and this is what Litmus relies on. I'll try to fix it too though.
Comment 2 Rimas Kudelis (only watching bugs where I'm in CC list) 2011-11-07 00:30:35 UTC
Problem 2 fixed in https://gitorious.org/litmus/litmus/commit/6d830fddb166f4c07fc9a468940cedcac19432be. Instead of using display:none on <option> elements, I now maintain a clone of the <select> element with all <option> elements, and clone relevant options to the real <select> the user interacts with.
Comment 3 Yifan Jiang 2011-11-07 02:00:28 UTC
Many thanks to Rimas fixing all of these :)

Verified on: Chrome 9.0.597.107, IE 8