|Issue 7584||BUG: Session restore does not remember values for all of the fields|
|Starred by 2 users||Reported by email@example.com, Feb 11 2009||Back to list|
Chrome Version : 220.127.116.11 What steps will reproduce the problem? 1. Enable the option to restore the last session on startup (regularly, not only after a crash). 2. Go to a page that has some fields to be filled (Say, http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/entry for example). 3. Fill in the "Summary" field and the "Description" field. 3. Close Chrome. 4. Start Chrome. 5. Go to the tab with the said page. What is the expected result? All of the fields will have last session values. What happens instead? The textarea ("Description") has the last session value, the "Summary" does not.
Oct 17 2009,
Oct 17 2009,
This was complained about in the field, too: http://pthree.org/2009/10/12/7-reasons-why-i-have-not-switched-to-google-chrome-from- firefox/ "If my browser crashes, and I was typing an email, when I pull the browser back up, [on Firefox,] not only are my tabs restored, but the data in the tabs as well, including each tab history, and the text in any form fields that I was editing (provided I’m keeping a history of everything, as is default on a new install).... [But with] Chrome, form fields and text boxes that were once populated are now blank."
Oct 18 2009,
We do restore text in text inputs and textareas. I'm not sure why it's not working for the description field of the issue tracker, but I can repro the bug by: 1) going to crbug.com/new 2) typing in the description field 3) closing the tab 4) restoring the tab (ctrl+shift+t)
Nov 4 2009,
This is another manifestation of 17220.
Oct 12 2012,
This issue has been closed for some time. No one will pay attention to new comments. If you are seeing this bug or have new data, please click New Issue to start a new bug.
Mar 11 2013,
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