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Some grey (in light theme, might be other color in other themes) rectangle remains behind active tabs #11

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Nyekomimi opened this Issue Nov 15, 2017 · 10 comments

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Nyekomimi commented Nov 15, 2017

This make entire point of skin moot (since that rectangle makes it look squarish ect) and keeps "tabs" part of hud too high (as it is in vanilla Firefox Quantum), rather than making it shorter (like it should be and like it was in previous Firefox instances)

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wwsvs Nov 16, 2017

Yes, I have the exact same problem. I'm on Win7 64bit Ultimate. I tried going with the dark theme and I still have the same issues and the dark theme does not change the area above and where the tabs would appear. Why did FF change this? It is really ugly now and frankly no faster than before.

wwsvs commented Nov 16, 2017

Yes, I have the exact same problem. I'm on Win7 64bit Ultimate. I tried going with the dark theme and I still have the same issues and the dark theme does not change the area above and where the tabs would appear. Why did FF change this? It is really ugly now and frankly no faster than before.

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In Win10 and OSX they are properly curved on hover + when selected. Transparent otherwise.

Unfortunately I don't have a machine running Windows 7 anywhere to test this :(

I'll keep this thread open in case someone may create a pull request to fix this bug? Screenshots etc welcomed.

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wilfredwee commented Nov 16, 2017

In Win10 and OSX they are properly curved on hover + when selected. Transparent otherwise.

Unfortunately I don't have a machine running Windows 7 anywhere to test this :(

I'll keep this thread open in case someone may create a pull request to fix this bug? Screenshots etc welcomed.

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peekaa commented Nov 16, 2017

When using fe. this https://addons.mozilla.org/cs/firefox/addon/summer-time-converse-madonna/, the tabs/tabs backgrounds are ok.
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teijiIshida Nov 16, 2017

I can confirm this bug in my Windows 7 Ultimate x64. Also, it only bugs with the Firefox's default, light, and dark theme. If you use other themes, it doesn't have the weird background bug.

teijiIshida commented Nov 16, 2017

I can confirm this bug in my Windows 7 Ultimate x64. Also, it only bugs with the Firefox's default, light, and dark theme. If you use other themes, it doesn't have the weird background bug.

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doej1367 Nov 18, 2017

Windows 7 Pro x64 - same here

doej1367 commented Nov 18, 2017

Windows 7 Pro x64 - same here

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slepmog Nov 20, 2017

This appears to be Firefox issue to begin with: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1418796, which was closed as a duplicate of https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1404136.

slepmog commented Nov 20, 2017

This appears to be Firefox issue to begin with: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1418796, which was closed as a duplicate of https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1404136.

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e4lam Nov 21, 2017

I'm hitting this bug too. Is there some setting in the userChrome.css, where as a workaround, I can tell Firefox to use an opaque window title bar instead?

e4lam commented Nov 21, 2017

I'm hitting this bug too. Is there some setting in the userChrome.css, where as a workaround, I can tell Firefox to use an opaque window title bar instead?

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If anyone is still interested, you can try adding this CSS:

.tabbrowser-tab {
  background-color: transparent !important;
}

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wilfredwee commented Dec 16, 2017

If anyone is still interested, you can try adding this CSS:

.tabbrowser-tab {
  background-color: transparent !important;
}

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peekaa Dec 17, 2017

Yes, confirm, works with default layout well in w7. Thank you.
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peekaa commented Dec 17, 2017

Yes, confirm, works with default layout well in w7. Thank you.
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wilfredwee commented Feb 15, 2018

I've released the fix and will resolve this. :)

https://github.com/wilfredwee/photon-australis/releases/tag/v0.3.2

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