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Possible regression on browser.tabs.allowTabDetach?
I recently came across this [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/que.../1276091|question] when searching for a solution to unintentional detaching of tabs. The responses included mention of an addon as well as a new setting added in version 74 that sounded like the perfect solution for me by retaining the ability to detach a tab to a new window if explicitly requested via context menu.
I configured allowTabDetach to "false" but today had a tab unintentionally move to a new window because I clicked on a tab too quickly while the mouse was in motion. I'm not sure if there was a regression in behavior for this setting or if perhaps it does not combine well with the Tree Style Tab extension.
This pref only work for tabs on the Tab bar and not for tabs managed in the sidebar by an extension like TST.Funda le mpendulo ngokuhambisana nalesi sihloko 👍 2
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This pref only work for tabs on the Tab bar and not for tabs managed in the sidebar by an extension like TST.
Thanks for letting me know cor-ei. For anyone else that comes across this via search, it turns out that TST has an option to disable this behavior as well under "Drag and Drop". I changed "Drag" behavior to "Do Nothing". This, coupled with allowTabDetach seems to have solved my problem.