Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Ok, latest version fixed problem - thanks so much for such awesome support and such an awesome extension!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.14.2012021001.1-signed).
Latest version (0.14.2012020901) causes Firefox close button to stop working Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have extensions set to auto-update, and this update has created havoc at my helpdesk, because now no one can close a Firefox browser window.
I troubleshooted and determined that it is this update to Tree Style Tab that cause the problem - reverting to 2011121501 (because of the bug in 2012.012901 that messes up the auto-hide/show sensitive area) fixes the problem... but the extension then updates itself again, bringing the problem back...
Still giving 5 stars because I love the extension, but hope this can be fixed quickly (or this latest version pulled from AMO)...
Bug with sensitive area for auto-hide/show Rated 5 out of 5 stars
First, love love love Tree Style Tab, thanks very much for your hard work keeping it up to date.
But, I am having the same problem as the two others have reported with the latest version (2012.012901). The earlier version I had before it updated still works fine after reverting to it (2011.121501), I'll try to explain better the problem...
First, I have my tab bar set to the left side of the window.
With 'Auto Hide Tab Bar' enabled (I enable it for both modes), and the number of pixels for the sensitive area set to 5 pixels (default is 7 I believe), the sensitive area should be calculated from the left edge of the window. This is how it has always worked for me, and how it works in version 2011121501.
But with the latest version, it appears to calculate the sensitive area (for when it Shows the tab bar) from what is the righ-most edge of the tab bar when it is displayed, instead of from the leftmost edge of the window. This causes the tab bar to auto-show itself when I am very far from the left edge of the window, instead of when my mouse gets just the specified number of pixels from the leftmost edge.
I hope that explanation was more clear.
Again, thanks very much for Tree Style Tab! Still giving 5 stars because this is the first real problem I've had with it in a long time... :)