Noted this behavior in 0.9.6 on both Windows 98 and now Linux. Marking OS as "All" for that reason. Using CTRL+T shortcut or file-->new-->navigator tab to create many tabs first squishes down to the size of the corner image (the little bookmark-style thing). After it can't squish down any farther, creating new tabs pushes things at the right side of the entire browser off the "edge" of the window (effectively removing them from view). Closing several tabs returns the browser to full view, as does resizing the window to account for the "extra" space. It makes creating new tabs, resizing the window, and deleting tabs incredibly slow. Using file-->close tab seems to return the main browser toolbar section to regular size (but not the browser content section or the lower section with the quick buttons, document status, offline/online status and security button). Using CTRL+W does not have the same effect. How many tabs to reproduce the behaviour of course depends on window size. In my 890x975 browser window, this begins at 32 tabs. Will attach screen shot.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 106927 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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