1358816, 1365305, 1425887, 1349211, 1355242, 1356858, 1358387, 1358687, 1358721, 1358727, 1364454, 1368208, 1369248, 1372261, 1387718, 1392243, 1394188, 1400739
This is a meta bug to track performance improvements in the tab strip that we aim to address in 57. Concretely, "immediate" means that things should occur within 130ms - but ideal is 100ms. The key tab interactions we care about are: * Tab opening (simple case - without overflow or tab shrinkage) * Tab closing (simple case with single tab - without overflow or tab growth) * Tab switching Still important, but lower priority cases are: * Tab opening causing tabs to shrink * Tab opening causing the tab strip to overflow * Tab opening during overflow * Tab closing during overflow * Tab closing causing the tab strip to underflow * Tab closing causing tabs to grow * Closing multiple tabs (tabs to the right, other tabs) * Tab tearing (in and out) * Tab moving
Summary: Tab interactions should be immediate → [meta] Photon - Tab interactions should be immediate
2 years ago
No longer depends on: 1356662
2 years ago
Depends on: 1387718
Please add a dependency on bug 1318939, if it belongs here. Is this bug still active and being worked on after Firefox 57 release (referring to comment 1)?
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