Undo (ctrl-z) does not work in "File"/"Save As" dialog box
[Sorry, I'm neither a Gnome user nor developer, so I have absolutely no idea what the various Gnome-related projects exposed in this GitLab are, and none of the exposed project names rang a bell in my mind... So when I was forced to select a project to submit the present issue, I selected totally randomly... Please forgive me and provide orientation if there is a better place to submit it...]
If I'm correct, Firefox uses GTK's framework for its GUIs, so my guess is that when it opens a "File" (save/open) dialog box, it is a Gnome dialog box that is opened. If I'm right, then I'd like to submit the following bug/lack of feature: the "undo" command (ctrl-z) does not work in such File (open/save) dialog box. This is both (i) not coherent with the rest of the Gnome framework, where this command can be used everywhere and (ii) very annoying as any mistyping might lead to loss of information.
Steps to reproduce:
- Any Gnome App (e.g. Open Firefox)
- Do anything to get a "File" (e.g. "Save As" or "Open File") dialog box to pop up. For instance, Right Click on background of any page and select "Save Page As"
- In the dialogbox that appears, the current filename/location will be highlighted/selected (if location does not appear, hit CTRL+L to switch to manually changing the location).
- Voluntarily/Erroneously hit a key (e.g. "a")
- Hit CTRL-Z
== Actual results:
Nothing: CTRL-z (or any other "undo" key combination) is inactive in "File" dialog boxes.
== Expected results:
CTRL-z (or any other "undo" key combination) should bring back the text that was present before being (voluntarily/erroneously) overwritten.