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Possible bug: Windows 7 taskbar previews display incorrectly with FireBug active

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With the FireBug console open and docked at the bottom of the browser window, I can hover over the program icon on the Windows 7 taskbar and get mixed results on the previews.

For example, I currently have five tabs open within one window, but only tab 3 has FireBug active and docked at the bottom of the window. I can hover over my taskbar icon and tabs 1, 2, and 3 are all the same shorter size (instead of only tab 3 as expected), but tabs 4 and 5 are normal sized. If I move the mouse away and try to view the previews again, tabs 1 and 2 usually fix themselves and display normal-sized previews, but tab 3 now displays with a black bar at the bottom where the FireBug panel is active. Also, hovering over the incorrectly-sized previews of tabs 1 and 2 occasionally caused the previews to attempt to readjust the layouts and "dance" between the differing screen heights.

With the FireBug console open and docked at the bottom of the browser window, I can hover over the program icon on the Windows 7 taskbar and get mixed results on the previews. For example, I currently have five tabs open within one window, but only tab 3 has FireBug active and docked at the bottom of the window. I can hover over my taskbar icon and tabs 1, 2, and 3 are all the same shorter size (instead of only tab 3 as expected), but tabs 4 and 5 are normal sized. If I move the mouse away and try to view the previews again, tabs 1 and 2 usually fix themselves and display normal-sized previews, but tab 3 now displays with a black bar at the bottom where the FireBug panel is active. Also, hovering over the incorrectly-sized previews of tabs 1 and 2 occasionally caused the previews to attempt to readjust the layouts and "dance" between the differing screen heights.