Bug in Tabbrowser? (last tab always stays in tab list)

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by Alexander Fischer, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. Hey all,

    I'm having this problem with Firefox and today's update of the
    Tabbrowser Extension: Say that I visit two sites - SiteA.com and
    SiteB.com. Both are opened in a new tab in the same window. Now I close
    both tabs. When I now go to the Tabbrowser menu and select "list tabs",
    SiteA.com still remains in there - even though it isn't really opened.
    It seems like this tab is still stored somewhere, and simply not
    displayed any more.

    The way I found this bug was when I wanted to "undo close tab" for
    SiteA.com: it isn't possible, since logically this tab is still open...
    it will only re-open SiteB.com for me...

    Anyone else who has this behavior?

    Alex
     
    Alexander Fischer, Sep 30, 2004
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  2. Solution -- Re: Bug in Tabbrowser? (last tab always stays in tablist)

    Alexander Fischer wrote:
    > Hey all,
    >
    > I'm having this problem with Firefox and today's update of the
    > Tabbrowser Extension: Say that I visit two sites - SiteA.com and
    > SiteB.com. Both are opened in a new tab in the same window. Now I close
    > both tabs. When I now go to the Tabbrowser menu and select "list tabs",
    > SiteA.com still remains in there - even though it isn't really opened.
    > It seems like this tab is still stored somewhere, and simply not
    > displayed any more.
    >
    > The way I found this bug was when I wanted to "undo close tab" for
    > SiteA.com: it isn't possible, since logically this tab is still open...
    > it will only re-open SiteB.com for me...
    >
    > Anyone else who has this behavior?
    >
    > Alex


    Solution: Extension "BlankLast" was installed, and caused the error.
    Uninstalled it, and now everything's fine.
    Alex
     
    Alexander Fischer, Oct 1, 2004
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