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#14 fixed Resizing of list's titles didn't works, and do d&d of list's title instead Thore Böckelmann Roman Kargin
Description

Summary

Found fresh bug: when you try to resize any title of the list class , now, instead of resizing title "drags" like you press inside of it to make d&d. I.e. you move cursor to the resize gadget between list's titles, it show you image that resizing can be done, you press mouse button to do so, and instead of resizing it just grab whole title like you want d&d it.

Steps to reproduce

  1. hard reboot, run mui prefs
  2. go to system tab: there we have for list's titles: Name, Display Mode and if enabled Display Mode ID.
  3. Try to resize size of any of them when mouse cursor show that you can do it.

Expected results

Resizing, but not moving of whole title

#15 fixed Little glitch in OWB using the "Hide single tabs" option Samir Hawamdeh
Description

Using Odyssey with the latest version of MUI you sent me still some graphical garbage having the new option "Hide single tab" enabled.

This is pretty visible when you close your last (secondarian tab) tab opened and so remaining with a unique tab only

Once you close this latest tab, for a second you will have this graphical garbage

#16 fixed Voyager 3.3 tries to open muigfx.library Thore Böckelmann Thore Böckelmann
Description

Voyager 3.3 tries to the open the old muigfx.library as known from MUI 3.8. This library is for MUI internal use only and not meant for direct usage. Since MUI 3.9 all functions have been moved over to muimaster.library and muigfx.library was declared obsolete and is usually deleted from the system. But without that library Voyager will complain that MUI is not installed at all and refuses to run.

A possible solution could be to dynamically create a fake muigfx.library in memory with all necessary functions, but all functions point to muimaster.library.

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