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When opening a new tab sometimes I can't type in the URL

It happens often enough that it's annoying, but not too often. I'd say about 40% of the times I need to click the URL bar to type something or close the tab and open it a… (funda kabanzi)

It happens often enough that it's annoying, but not too often. I'd say about 40% of the times I need to click the URL bar to type something or close the tab and open it again for it to "auto-click" the URL bar for me to being able to type.

Asked by redpandastreak 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Pinned tabs in Firefox are lacking real wolrd functionality. Firefox should copy Safari pinned tabs.

The best example of pinned tabs functionality on web browsers can be seen on what MacOS Safari is doing. Safari maintains pinned tabs across multiple windows and sessions… (funda kabanzi)

The best example of pinned tabs functionality on web browsers can be seen on what MacOS Safari is doing. Safari maintains pinned tabs across multiple windows and sessions, it also remembers the initial url used when the pin was placed, that means that when you open a new Safari session, the pinned tabs will always display the url you pinned and not the last page you visited on that tab. Firefox pinned tabs lack real world functionality, this point can be proven by seeing how many Firefox extensions for specific sites are on the extension browser. Please add this functionality, it could be one optional preference on the Settings page.

Asked by Rob 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by Rob 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Uncontrolled tab bar scrolling

I restarted firefox today, and now I have the following behavior: I have a window with many tabs open, enough that I have the little '<' and '>' scroll buttons in … (funda kabanzi)

I restarted firefox today, and now I have the following behavior: I have a window with many tabs open, enough that I have the little '<' and '>' scroll buttons in the field. Whenever I move the mouse pointer into the tab area (including the scroll buttons, but not the '+' (new tab) button to the right), unless I am actively clicking, the tabs start scrolling rightward until only the rightmost set of tabs are visible. The window being viewed does not change. I can use the 'v' tab selector to the right, and it will select the chosen tab and make that visible in the window, and make the selected tab visible in the tab bar, but when I again move the pointer into the tab area, it starts scrolling to the right. Similarly, I can click on the '<' scroll left button, or double or triple click on it, and it will scroll the tabs leftward; but immediately after completing the action, the tabs will scroll rightward to the end again.

It seems my problem is the same one as in this thread but there was no solution given there (the problem persists after restarting Firefox in troubleshooting mode). I see the same behavior as that poster with the tooltips in the tab bar, but drop-down menus such as on this submission page seem to be working normally for me.

Asked by georgeh2 1 usuku oludlule

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