Steps to reproduce: 1) Click Write to compose a mail. 2) Click button on top right hand corner of compose window to enter full screen mode. 3) Send mail. 4) Go to Mission Control screen and you will see that the compose window is not closed. See http://imgur.com/zGD1MZE.
Mitra, can you reproduce?
I'm not seeing the problem - even in the screenshot What I see is ... after step 3, that window closes and I'm back at the non-full-screen version of the 3-pane view, which is what I'd expect. That is also what I see in http://imgur.com/zGD1MZE. i.e. one window for TB, which is the 3-pane window.
What version of TB and OS X are you using, Mitra? I have this problem with TB 17.0.7 and 17.0.8 and OS X 10.8.4. The compose window closed correctly with 17.0.6.
TB: 25.0a2 (2013-08-26) PSX 10.8.4
Strange, I tried installing Earlybird 25.0a2 (2013-08-27) on OS X 10.8.4 and creating a new profile, but I still have the same problem.
I just discovered a behavior of this bug that I had not noticed before: As described above, if you open a compose window, put it into fullscreen mode, and then close it, a blank desktop remains open. However, if you open another compose window, put it into fullscreen, and then take it out of fullscreen, the extra desktop goes away. Maybe that fact can help in diagnosing what is going on. In any case, it is useful to know for living with the bug.
wsha, Jason, are you still seeing this issue?
Hi Wayne, I was still seeing the issue last October. However, since then I have moved from OS X to Linux, so I can't test the issue any more.
(In reply to Wayne Mery (:wsmwk) from comment #7) > wsha, Jason, are you still seeing this issue? >_< me too. I moved to linux and I can't test this.
I resurrected my old MacBook and checked this. The issue is still the same in 38.2 and 10.10.4 as it was before. The only difference is that now the desktop background left behind after closing the fullscreen compose window is black instead of textured grey (but this is just an OS X change).
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