STR: 1. Open a new Camino window 2. Open a new tab via Cmd-T 3. Load a page in the newly-opened tab (tab 2) 4. Open some links from that page in the *background* (these will create tabs 3, 4, etc.) 5. Close tab 2 (the one opened by Cmd-T initially) Expected: View "next" tab to the right, tab 3 Actual: Jumpback to tab 1 (previous tab to the left) There's no way one can reasonably assume that a tab opened via Cmd-T is "related" to another tab, so closing the Cmd-T tab should not invoke jumpback if there are further tabs to the right to be seen. Moreover, that tab wasn't opened via SWM or cmd-click, so it fails the stated test for invoking jumpback anyway.
Hmm, upon further testing, this seems to only happen with the "first" tab (whether that tab has content or is about:blank! and whether that tab was the initial tab opened or not--it's whichever tab is tab 1 at the time the Cmd-T tab is created) and only when no other tabs are open...something in the special-casing of the first tab must be awry.
hrm, i tested this a bunch last night, that behavior surprises me.
fix in 342538
fixed. don't set jumpback when opening tabs in the bg.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Target Milestone: --- → Camino1.1
Verified on 1.8 branch and trunk
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
12 years ago
Assignee: nobody → mikepinkerton
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