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  2. 59 votes

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  3. 11 votes

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    Coralfluff commented  · 

    Reproduction steps:
    1. In Safari, while logged-in to Twitch, navigate to a stream where the logged-in account follows the streamer.
    2. Once the Unfollow button in the info bar beneath the stream window appears, move the cursor over and past the button at a speed such that the cursor does not spend more than a frame with the cursor over the button (the cursor should not change to a hand icon while over the button).
    3. Once the cursor has left the button, observe the button.


    Expected behavior:
    - The button should only briefly show in the highlighted state, but once the cursor has left the button, it should not show as highlighted anymore.

    Observed behavior:
    - The button remains in its highlighted (hover) state after the cursor has left the button.

    Reporter’s notes:
    - The following link goes to a video that demonstrates this bug being reproduced: https://streamable.com/c10nqw
    - Moving the cursor over the button at slower speeds will remove the hover state as expected.
    - Though there are other reports on this website of this or similar bugs happening, the ones I have seen are well over a year old, and seem to not have the restriction of how quickly the cursor is moved off of the button. Additionally, the one I saw that actually listed a user-agent reports it as happening in Chrome, and I can't reproduce this issue on Chrome or Firefox on macOS.
    - While I'm currently using Safari 16.1 on a beta version of macOS Ventura (macOS 13.0 Beta 8), I have experienced this issue for a very long time, long before using a beta version of the operating system and am confident it can be reproduced on the most recent stable versions of macOS 12 and Safari 15.

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    Coralfluff commented  · 

    I realize this issue is over a year old, but I'm having a very similar issue in Safari on macOS (and in fact cannot reproduce it in Chrome or Firefox, suggesting it may have been fixed in those browsers). In my case in Safari, the issue only happens when the cursor is moved over and off of the button in the same frame. Below is the bug report I wrote and will also be filing separately:

    macOS Safari: Moving cursor over Unfollow button quickly enough retains hover state after cursor leaves button

    Reproduction steps:
    1. In Safari, while logged-in to Twitch, navigate to a stream where the logged-in account follows the streamer.
    2. Once it appears, move the cursor over and past the Unfollow button in the info bar beneath the stream window at a speed such that the cursor does not spend more than a frame with the cursor over the button (the cursor should not change to a hand icon while over the button).
    3. Once the cursor has left the button, observe the button.

    Expected behavior:
    - The button should only briefly show in the highlighted state, but once the cursor has left the button, it should not show as highlighted anymore.

    Observed behavior:
    - The button remains in its highlighted (hover) state after the cursor has left the button.

    Reporter’s notes:
    - The following link goes to a video that demonstrates this bug being reproduced: https://streamable.com/c10nqw
    - Though there are other reports on this website of this or similar bugs happening, the ones I have seen are well over a year old, and seem to not have the restriction of how quickly the cursor is moved off of the button. Additionally, the one I saw that actually listed a user-agent reports it as happening in Chrome, and I can't reproduce this issue on Chrome or Firefox on macOS.
    - While I'm currently using Safari 16.1 on a beta version of macOS Ventura (macOS 13.0 Beta 8), I have experienced this issue for a very long time, long before using a beta version of the operating system and am confident it can be reproduced on the most recent stable versions of macOS 12 and Safari 15.

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