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Closed: Jun 2016
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issue 520519

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calendar popup should not open by an artificial event
Reported by, Jun 17 2015 Back to list
Chrome Version       : 43.0.2357.125 (Official Build) (64-bit)
URLs (if applicable) :
Other browsers tested: n/a
Add OK or FAIL after other browsers where you have tested this issue:
Safari 6:
Firefox 20:
IE 7/8/9/10:

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. open in chrome
2. right click, and open in new tab link to
3. let the page load in separate tab

What is the expected result?
calendar popup is shown on separate (new) tab

What happens instead?
calendar popup is shown on primary tab. 
You can even pick a date on primary tab, and see it affects separate (new) tab.

Please provide any additional information below. Attach a screenshot if

calendar popup.png
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reproduced on:
linux 64-bit
chrome os

Comment 2 by, Jun 17 2015
Labels: Cr-Blink
what's interesting, when I closed the lid of my chromebook and reopened it (I have auto lock screen on lid close enabled) I noticed the calendar popup on top of the lock screen. See attached photo.
Does it have any security impact?
I was able to change value of the <input> field of one of my opened tabs while having chromebook locked (asking for password). When I unlocked the chromebook, value on the page was as I set it on lock screen.
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Comment 4 by, Jun 18 2015
Labels: -Cr-Blink Cr-Blink-Forms Cr-Blink-Forms-Date
Status: Available
Summary: calendar popup should not open by an artificial event (was: calendar popup from one tab shown on another)
We shouldn't open the calendar popup by an artificial event.

Comment 5 by, Feb 19 2016
Components: -Blink>Forms
Comment 6 by, May 27 2016
Blockedon: 520519
Comment 7 by, Jun 23 2016
Labels: M-53
Status: Fixed
This was fixed by r401463.

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