twitter.com Typed tweet not visible - Textarea.scrollHeight maxes out to the textarea height if there is no content, other browsers ensure one text line

Issue #8026433 • Assigned to Christian F.

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Created
Jun 28, 2016
Privacy
This issue is public.
Found in build #
14861.14861
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Steps to reproduce

Pre-Req

Send new UA: Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; Android 6.0; XT1064 Build/MPB24.65-34) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/51.0.2704.81 Mobile Safari/537.36

Repro Steps:

  1. Launch windows phone Edge browser and navigate
    to
    http://mobile.twitter.com
  2. Sign in with valid Twitter credentials

a.      
On
the home tab, click on the Tweet Compose icon at the top right corner, below
the page header
b.      
Once
redirected to tweet compose page, observe that keyboard is already popped up
c.      
Start
typing any content and observe that the typed content is not visible
(Note: Observe that the
number of characters on the left of Tweet button decreases, as the user types
content. That means the content is written but not visible)
d.      
Now
focus on any other control or exit the keyboard
e.      
Tap
on the tweet text box, below the profile picture

f.       

Observe that the keyboard does not pop up, once
exited

Actual:

Typed tweet not visible

keyboard does not pop up, once exited

Expected:

Typed tweet should be visible.  Attached screenshot 
Twitter_RS1_NewUA_repro5.png)

keyboard should pop up, once exited

Additional info:

NEW UA : REPRO

ANDROID_PASS

One more similar issue:

1.      

Issue 4: Contact name not added in Tweet replies

Repro Steps:

a.      
On
the home tab, for any of the tweet, click on the Reply (left arrow) icon

b.      
Once
redirected to tweet reply page, observe that contact name is not added
automatically Attached screenshot(Twitter_RS1_NewUA_repro4.png).

NEW UA: Mozilla/5.0
(Linux; Android 6.0; XT1064 Build/MPB24.65-34) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like
Gecko) Chrome/51.0.2704.81 Mobile Safari/537.36

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    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

      Changed Assigned To to “Christian F.”

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

      Changed Title from “Typed tweet not visible” to “Typed tweet not visible”

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

      Changed Title from “Typed tweet not visible” to “Typed tweet not visible”

      Changed Assigned To from “Christian F.” to “Balaji B.”

      Changed Title from “Typed tweet not visible” to “twitter.com Typed tweet not visible”

      Changed Status to “Confirmed”

      Changed Title from “twitter.com Typed tweet not visible” to “Textarea.scrollHeight maxes out to the textarea height if there is no content, other browsers ensure one text line --- twitter.com Typed tweet not visible”

      Changed Assigned To from “Balaji B.” to “Bogdan B.”

    • Twitter code relies on a strange feature where scrollHeight still returns the height of a text line even when an empy <textarea> collapses to a height of 0px. Edge non-interoperably returns a 0px scroll height in that case since the entire textbox is 0px tall and there is no content in it.

      The fix for them would be to use a non-empty value in their one-line-height-guessing code.

    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Title from “Textarea.scrollHeight maxes out to the textarea height if there is no content, other browsers ensure one text line --- twitter.com Typed tweet not visible” to “twitter.com Typed tweet not visible - Textarea.scrollHeight maxes out to the textarea height if there is no content, other browsers ensure one text line”

      Changed Assigned To from “Bogdan B.” to “Rossen A.”

      Changed Status from “Confirmed” to “In progress”

      Changed Assigned To from “Rossen A.” to “Peter S.”

      Changed Status from “In progress” to “Confirmed”

      Changed Status from “Confirmed” to “In progress”

      Changed Status from “In progress”

      Changed Assigned To to “Christian F.”

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