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The awesome bar gets a droopy effect when you switch tabs.

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When I switch to a different tab, the address bar shows a droopy deformed effect. This only noticeable when a theme is applied. It happens both in the normal Firefox as well as the Nightly version. Does anyone know how to fix this?

When I switch to a different tab, the address bar shows a droopy deformed effect. This only noticeable when a theme is applied. It happens both in the normal Firefox as well as the Nightly version. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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Here's a screenshot if you guys don't know what I'm talking about: https://m.imgur.com/gallery/TNGWZ

Here's a screenshot if you guys don't know what I'm talking about: https://m.imgur.com/gallery/TNGWZ
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Ok, since people are saying that this is fake, I'll try to go into more details and include a better screenshot. Basically, how I trigger this problem most of the time is by going to another open tab while the current web page is in the middle of loading. Occasionally, the address bar stays that way (until you reload or go to another web page), but most of the time, it goes back to it's original form after the web page finishes loading, so it's not too big of a problem, just a bit annoying at times.

Ok, since people are saying that this is fake, I'll try to go into more details and include a better screenshot. Basically, how I trigger this problem most of the time is by going to another open tab while the current web page is in the middle of loading. Occasionally, the address bar stays that way (until you reload or go to another web page), but most of the time, it goes back to it's original form after the web page finishes loading, so it's not too big of a problem, just a bit annoying at times.
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