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Re: [eclipse-dev] Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 and bugzilla forms

Submiting steps to reproduce or fix a bug isn't related to eclipse development?
The fix is to open Tools->Internet Options->Security, and add to your Trusted Sites.  You may have to restart your browser.

Happy bug reporting :-)

Kim Moir <Kim_Moir@xxxxxxxxxx>
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11/14/2003 12:27 PM
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Please send infrastructure related questions to webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxx or refer to the webmaster page and the handy dandy webmaster faq.

There are over a thousand people subscribed to eclipse-dev.  We ask that you submit a message to eclipse-dev only if it is directly related to ongoing eclipse development to reduce the amount of noise on the list.  The exception would be when the eclipse sysadmin advises the development community of infrastructure maintenance.

thank you  :-)


Randy Hudson <hudsonr@xxxxxxxxxx>
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11/14/2003 11:51 AM
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       Subject:        [eclipse-dev] Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 and bugzilla forms

Whenever I fill in a bugzilla form incorrectly, I cannot use the back button because IE is telling me the page has expired.  This started happening after one of my many IE security patches.

It used to go back, and restore all of the long-winded comments I had typed, as well as other <inputs> in the form.

Does anyone know which new security setting is preventing this?  It's almost as if Microsoft has erred on the side of safety.  BTW, Mozilla's BACK button works fine, so I suppose its a client thing.



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