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After updating to the latest 67 version, all my pinned tabs now scroll with normal tabs. So if I click the right arrow on top to scroll tabs, all my pinned tabs scroll to the left and go out of sight. Before update they were always in place and only unpinned tabs were scrolling.

Moving pinned tabs are very counter-intuitive to me, and now I don't even understand why are they called "Pinned". Please, is there a way to make them stationary again?

I have 67.0 x64 version

After updating to the latest 67 version, all my pinned tabs now scroll with normal tabs. So if I click the right arrow on top to scroll tabs, all my pinned tabs scroll to the left and go out of sight. Before update they were always in place and only unpinned tabs were scrolling. Moving pinned tabs are very counter-intuitive to me, and now I don't even understand why are they called "Pinned". Please, is there a way to make them stationary again? I have 67.0 x64 version

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Pinned tabs are working fine for me in Firefox 67.

Do you still have the issue when you run Firefox in Safe Mode?

Also, have you previously applied any visual customization to Firefox using a userChrome.css file?

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Pinned tabs are working fine for me in Firefox 67.

Do you still have the issue when you run Firefox in Safe Mode?

Also, have you previously applied any visual customization to Firefox using a userChrome.css file?

Pinned tabs are working fine for me in Firefox 67. Do you still have the issue when you [[Troubleshoot Firefox issues using Safe Mode|run Firefox in Safe Mode]]? Also, have you previously applied any visual customization to Firefox using a <code>userChrome.css</code> file?

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Woah, thanks!

Switched to safe mode then back, and it's OK now. Don't know what was the reason, tried to restart 3 or 4 times before and it didnt help.

Also, I've never touched userChrome.css.

Many thanks!!!

Woah, thanks! Switched to safe mode then back, and it's OK now. Don't know what was the reason, tried to restart 3 or 4 times before and it didnt help. Also, I've never touched userChrome.css. Many thanks!!!
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Well, glad I was able to help!

Well, glad I was able to help!
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