that other web browser
Apr 20 2022
Difficult to imagine this ever getting fixed in the upstream since I don't have any Android devices.
Mar 11 2020
The issue doesn't appear in the current code base with Firefox 73. That's not unexpected, as the UI has been tweaked several times between 2015 and now.
Mar 12 2019
Mooted by D20263, which removes the rarely-used drag functionality from global lists.
Jul 28 2017
Jul 27 2017
Let me know if that diff works.
I honestly can't get the cool looking macos dropdown on firefox no matter what I try.
Jul 9 2017
Jun 30 2017
Firefox iOS seems fine
Testing upload from Android with Chrome:
May 15 2017
Apr 14 2017
Dec 14 2016
I think this is actually for the primary task lists, I just didn't do a good job of describing it. Here are more specific reproduction instructions:
@joshuaspence: Did 'per column scrolling' fix this issue? Asking as I have not experienced this problem in Firefox lately...
Dec 13 2016
Nov 15 2016
I can still reproduce this on Firefox 49.0.2 , using the default Samsung keyboard on my tab.
However, if I switch to the Hacker's Keyboard, it works correctly.
Sep 23 2016
Linux Chrome dev channel 55.0.2859.0 (64-bit) have no issues with image paste.
Seems that it is ChromeOS specific issue.
Sep 21 2016
I can't reproduce this in Chrome (OS X, Version 53.0.2785.116 (64-bit)) so it may be a behavioral change in Chrome.
I'm observing same issue in current ChromeOS 55.0.2858.0 dev branch.
At the same time image paste works in Telegram web client (seems that they use contentEditable div instead of textarea)
Do you know whether it's a chrome os bug or google deprecated DataTransfer.items in new chrome's?
Aug 5 2016
Jul 13 2016
Jul 2 2016
This doesn't appear to even to be possible in Firefox. Here's a simple example:
From the Firefox bug and this linked one:
Jul 1 2016
Jun 11 2016
Jun 8 2016
Can reproduce in v 47.0
Feb 7 2016
Feb 2 2016
(Specifically, the scrolling is a feature which I added in D10188 but punted on making work in Firefox.)
Jan 27 2016
Jan 19 2016
Dec 9 2015
Nov 25 2015
Nov 10 2015
Presuming no one cares anymore.