Strange behavior in Firefox 10.0.2

Enter data in the text box on the web form, then without saving, press F5, reload the page. Strange, but I have introduced the data then remain in the text box, that is actually the page is not reloaded.
But if you refresh the page using F5 not, and using a query string in the browser (putting there focus with the mouse and pressing enter), the page actually reloads and the data I entered is no longer displayed.
Chrome on the same page behaves correctly in both cases by reloading the page.
This is a bug of Firefox? Or just a feature of deep meaning?
October 8th 19 at 02:48
2 answers
October 8th 19 at 02:50
This is a feature. I have in FF12 too.
And why do you consider it Bagoas? ETOGES is great: accidentally refreshed the page and nothing has changed (except input type="password" value will be removed)
Well, for example I am currently facing the situation: I filled out a big form, then realized that everything is filled out incorrectly, and not to erase all entered values in the fields, and decided just to reload the page.
Didn't work. Surprised. - Angelo_Bauch commented on October 8th 19 at 02:53
Then it would really and when you refresh the page from the query string did the same behavior. And that is a little confusing. - Angelo_Bauch commented on October 8th 19 at 02:56
This is addressable with the row with the enter key.
You are very confused, this behavior is FF? For me it is convenient. - frank.Moore commented on October 8th 19 at 02:59
October 8th 19 at 02:52
This is a feature of all versions of FF, it removes the entered data only when f5 or like You said when you focus on the address + enter (assuming that You want a new blank page) and in F5 all that You introduced remains, in case just something stuck/gone/has nedovrsenoj.
f5 = control + f5 - Angelo_Bauch commented on October 8th 19 at 02:55
Modest would intervene to see that this "feature" with the field values of Firefox (like many others, by the way) has been implemented in IE6. - Angelo_Bauch commented on October 8th 19 at 02:58

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