Right click hangs on mobile twitter

performance
bug
macos

#1

Description of the issue:
This is a duplicate of Mobile.twitter.com right click hang
Since the issue is still happening and was closed without any response, I’m reposting again, since it’s happening exactly in the same manner for me.

Right clicking on mobile.twitter.com hangs the entire tab for a few seconds.

Steps to Reproduce (add as many as necessary): 1. 2. 3.

  1. Go to https://mobile.twitter.com/brave (no need to sign in)
  2. Right click on any part of the page (a link or the background)

I also tried this from a guest account and was able to reproduce the same bug.

Actual Result:
You can see a small recording here: https://imgur.com/a/0j2lq5D
As you can see, after clicking the link, the cursor hangs as if I was still hovering over and after some seconds the actual menu pop’s up.

Expected Result:
The menu pop’s up immediately.

Reproduces how often:
Always

Brave Version(about:brave):
Version 0.58.21 Chromium: 71.0.3578.98 (Official Build) (64-bit) MacOS 10.14.2

Reproducible on current live release (yes/no):
Yes
Additional Information:


#2

@reaktivo,
Thank you for reposting this. Sometimes reports slip through the cracks or get lost in the shuffle but we don’t want you (or anyone) to think that we simply didn’t care to answer. Furthermore, its always okay to bump a topic, repost one (exactly as you just did - literally perfect), or reach out to a team member or mod directly.

As for your issue, it looks like I can reproduce this on my end. However, I have to ask - is there a specific reason you’re using the mobile Twitter site on desktop?


#3

@Mattches, thanks for taking the time to reproduce this.

About mobile Twitter, I’m actually a user of https://twitter.com (where I can reproduce the issue exactly the same way), but weeks ago had opted in into a beta that Twitter had pushed. I knew the beta was actually exactly the same as https://mobile.twitter.com, but wasn’t sure if people were going be able to reproduce the issue without opting in or being part of some Twitter A/B test.

It seems that the “newest” Twitter has been pushed live everywhere (if you’re logged in), so this issue will already have a wider impact. (see this https://twitter.com/Twitter/status/1087791357756956680 )

In summary,
mobile .twitter .com will become twitter .com
but visiting twitter.com doesn’t guarantee you get the mobile .twitter .com experience

Hope that was helpful!


#4

Thanks for the info!
I’m seeing a few other reports of this as well. Would you mind moving this conversation (and your report) to this thread here, so we can keep reports organized?

Just state that you also reported this and post a link to this thread in your reply and we’ll go from there.
Thank you!


closed #5