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Topic: «Firefox v40+ , New Title Caption in Firefox » on forum: Beta Testing   Views: 1289
 
Zardoz2293
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Posted: 22.08.2015 14:00:35
 
 
Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit:

Firefox version 40+

ALL OF THE PROBLEMS BELOW SEEM TO OCCUR WHEN FIREFOX IS "MAXIMIZED" AS THE HEIGHT OF THE CAPTION/TITLE IS NOT LARGE ENOUGH AS IT EXISTS OTHERWISE.

1. Has a new title/caption bar which causes AWM Title Buttons to be too big and interferes with Firefox Tabs and buttons. Occurs 100 percent of the time.

2. AWM Title buttons frequently overlap Firefox Tabs.

3. AWM Title buttons frequently 'jump' around and get in the way of using Firefox tabs -- the AWM title buttons often get in the way rather than helping but being closer. Need ability to disable this feature.

4. AWM Title buttons will for no known reason go into 'compact/dropdown' mode and make the UX/UI experience more complicate -- not good. Need ability to disable this feature.

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Sincerely,
Lars
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 27.08.2015 10:34:55
 
 
Hello Lars,

Sorry for the delay in replying.

I was unable to reproduce these problems with Mozilla Firefox 40.0.2 and Actual Window Manager 8.5. Do the problems persist after updating to the 8.5 version on your computer? If yes, please specify your DPI settings and check whether the problems persist after disabling all Firefox extensions or not.
 
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Zardoz2293
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Posted: 25.11.2015 11:20:17
 
 
Did you MAXIMIZE Firefox when performing this procedure?

Sincerely,
Lars
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 07.12.2015 17:30:10
 
 
Hello, Lars

We were able to reproduce the issue. Actually, the placement of the title buttons depicted on both pictures is wrong - they sholud be in the compact mode in the Firefox.
We'll try to fix it.

Best regards.
 
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