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This bug appeared with new browser. 
 

when you load a page, you could move the focus between HTML elements by arrow keys on remote. 
 

But now, arrow keys doesnt fire any keypress events until you click the page first

 

before , i could use the website with just arrows, now i first have to activate mouse pointer and click the page, then i can start using arrow keys

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