Other keyboard shortcuts to open new views (such as Ctrl+H, Ctrl+J,
Ctrl+Shift+O) should also be disabled when a javascript dialog is
visible (alert, confirm, prompt, beforeunload).

** Changed in: webbrowser-app (Ubuntu)
     Assignee: (unassigned) => Andrew Hayzen (ahayzen)

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  [desktop] Modal dialogs don’t inhibit keyboard shortcuts

Status in webbrowser-app package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Steps to reproduce:

   - browse to e.g. http://html5demos.com/geo
   - wait for the modal dialog that asks for permission to access your location 
to show up
   - run a few keyboard shortcuts, like Ctrl+Tab, Ctrl+T, Ctrl+F, …

  Expected result: most keyboard shortcuts don’t have any effect, as the
  dialog is modal and prevents them (Ctrl+W/Ctrl+F4 should probably be
  an exception, it’s ok to request closing the current tab)

  Current result: all keyboard shortcuts work, so one can easily escape
  the current tab while still having the modal dialog in the foreground.

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