Created attachment 446081 [details] black preview window for PDF tab If you open a PDF file in FF3.6 say, IRS W4 form in PDF format http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw4.pdf TabCandy preview for pdf tab is shown as BLACK. See the attached screen capture.
I believe standard behavior is for pdfs to download rather than opening. Are you using an add-on?
Yes I have acrobat reader installed and it installs a plugin into my browser to open the PDF document in place. I , for one, believe this is not an uncommon practice among windows users to open and see PDF in the browser.
Agreed. I think this is a bug for the platform. Assigning to Aza for a determination, and to pass on to the appropriate person.
(In reply to comment #2) I have no idea how common or uncommon this is (TestPilot to the rescue?). That said, this is probably a lower priority bug. @Murali: Can you give us a link to the plugin?
@Raymond, this is a low priority bug and should only be worked on after other bugs get fixed.
> @Murali: Can you give us a link to the plugin? http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/836/cpsid_83688.html thanks Murali
Mass moving all Tab Candy bugs from Mozilla Labs to Firefox::Tab Candy. Filter the bugmail spam with "tabcandymassmove".
Created attachment 516905 [details] Screencast 1 Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:2.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/4.0 By dragging and dropping tabs over pdf tabs in Panorama painting issues occur - see Screencast 1.
The latest nightly 15.0a1 (2012-04-29) with PDF Viewer 0.2.536 installed, thumbnails for pdf opened in tab look fine.
Panorama has been removed from Firefox 45, currently in Beta and scheduled for release on March 7th. As such, I'm closing all existing Panorama bugs. If you are still using Panorama, you will see a deprecation message in Firefox 44, and when 45 is released your tab group data will be migrated to bookmarks, with a folder for each group. There are also a few addons offering similar functionality. See https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/tab-groups-removal for more info. We're removing Panorama because it has extremely low usage (about 0.01% of users), and has a large number of bugs and usability issues. The cost of fixing all those issues is far too high to justify, and so we'll instead be focusing our time and energy on improving other parts of Firefox.