1. Set "System Preferences" > "Trackpad" > "Three Fingers" to "Dragging". 2. Using three fingers, drag a tab to change its position in the tab strip. 3. Just after dragging, switch tabs using the keyboard (e.g. Ctrl+Tab). Result: tabs switch back to their original positions. This might have something to do with Mac OS X not considering the drag to be "complete" until about a second after I lift my finger. I'm not sure if this bug predates the fix for bug 455694, but it's certainly more noticeable now that tab dragging feels more like direct manipulation than a mode.
Summary: Switching tabs should not undo rearrangement of tabs (dragging) → Switching tabs should not undo rearrangement of tabs [3-finger drag]
No, it doesn't predate bug 455694. The original fix for bug 455694 had this problem because of an oversight I had. The fix in bug 674925 doesn't have that problem.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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