In addition to the cut/paste issue that came back in the latest build, I've noticed another weird issue that I can't replicate reliably.
In normal use of the browser, I click on a link on a page (any page, could be Google search, could be some content page with a link) and I am taken to a page somewhere altogether unrelated. If I go back (back arrow) and try again, it works properly.
At first I thought this was just me spazzing out, but then it began to happen again randomly. Now when I am reading webpages or shopping online and I go to some totally unexpected target page after a first click, I just know it's Edge. It's like the address isn't getting resolved at the DNS server properly. Has anything like this ever been reported before?
This is running Edge Dev within a Debian container on ChromeOS. This has never happened on my Win10 machine, neither has the cut/paste issue.
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Thanks for reporting the issue here. I would recommend you to send feedback about this bug through the in-app feedback tool in Microsoft Edge (Alt+Shift+I) with the diagnostics attached in order to help the Microsoft Edge dev team to resolve your issue as soon as possible.