Steps to reproduce
- Go to google.com on Google Chrome.
- Search for something, for example “Microsoft”
- Scroll down the page a little, but don’t click on any of the results.
- On the keyboard, hit "I".
- You will see the page automatically scroll to the top and focus on the search textbox, while adding what you typed to the textbox.
- After step 3, this time instead of typing a letter, hit “Backspace” on the keyboard and you will see the page automatically scroll to the top and focus on the search textbox, while “backspacing” the last character in the search textbox.
Now, try doing this same thing in Internet Explorer.
Once you’re on the Google Results page for any search that you make and you start typing on the keyboard, it should automatically focus on the search textbox at the top and add whatever you typed to that textbox. Similarly, if you hit backspace, it should automatically focus on the search textbox perform the backspace function on the search string.
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- Microsoft Edge Team
Changed Assigned To to “Tony S.”
Changed Assigned To from “Tony S.” to “Sermet I.”
Changed Assigned To from “Sermet I.” to “IE F.”
Changed Status to “Not reproducible”