Fx 3.6.4 on Ubuntu 9.10. I had two windows open and installed TabCandy. After restart in a window with two tabs open, I did Cnt-T to open a new tab. Expected: A third tab would be created, I can see three tabs at the top of the browser chrome, and I could see all three the TabCandyscape view. Actual: One new tab, other tabs were gone. So I did Cnt-W to close the active tab, and I got back my two lost tabs... So visually the tabs were gone, but not actually. So I did it again Cntl-T (same behavior) and clicked the "Spaces" icon. The TabCandyscape had 1 area with my two original tabs and no 3rd empty tab. There is a Untitled tab in the lower left (which is always there). Opening a 2nd tab with Cntr-T again loses my two tabs and creates a series of (Untitled) tab headers once per Cntr-T. "Scrolling" Previous tab with Cnt-PgUp will get me back to the existing tabs. Further testing... I guess this is the intended behavior. There is a "New tabs" group that is slurping up my ... wait for it ... new tabs. Expected behavior: The traditional browser tabs shouldn't disappear until I manually group them in the TabCandy window. Existing tabs are in their own isolated groups. New tabs would follow this behavior, until I grouped them manually. The New tabs group is confusing, as I didn't create it and it doesn't really mean anything.
Assigning to Aza for design.
Assignee: nobody → aza
bumping priority. i think this interaction is confusing/scary enough to prevent dogfooding.
This bug is solved by the closing of bug 575851.
Assignee: aza → ian
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Depends on: 575851
Mass moving all Tab Candy bugs from Mozilla Labs to Firefox::Tab Candy. Filter the bugmail spam with "tabcandymassmove".
Component: TabCandy → TabCandy
Product: Mozilla Labs → Firefox
Target Milestone: -- → ---
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Bug 575851 isn't closed yet. Is this specific bug actually resolved on trunk?
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