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#6 fixed Multiple tabs problems with OWB Thore Böckelmann Samir Hawamdeh

Well to be honest in this case it's not so easy to write a specific report because there are many different issues that isn't easy to decifrate But i will try ..

Just opened a number of blank tabs with OWB like this:

At this point into the tabs area you should see two clickable arrows that permit you to navigate between them

At this point we have a lot of different problems:

Problem 1: When you click on the left arrow sometimes a "close button" appear like if OWB will want to try to close a tab instead of just moving between the tabs area and/or navigate between them

Problem 2: Say you open a tab and load: Then open some blank tabs once you have covered the entire area (i mean once the 2 arrows appear)

Now just go the last blank tabs opened and start to close them one by one .. At some point you should reach the tab opened .. but no ! The first tabs opened with tab was misteriously closed in background

Problem 3 Surely related to the problems above, at some point the new tabs opened will not be showed anymore .. you can start opening any number of tabs you like but the space will never be fitted:

Well i know lot of different issue and any of them might need a specific report but ehm it seems all very bugged

#7 fixed OWB - using zoom gadget while in fullscreen (F11) Thore Böckelmann Samir Hawamdeh

If you have Odyssey Web Browser opened in fullscreen (after pressing F11) and then you click into the zoom gadget to minimize it, while it will minimize the window correctly it will also give you some strange graphical issues

To test it do the follow:

1 - Open Odyssey Web Browser 2 - Press the F11 key to go in fullscreen 3 - While in fullscreen press the zoom gadget (it's the unique gadget visible aniway)

You will got this, see grab:

#11 fixed internal pointer handling might interfere with custom pointers Thore Böckelmann Roman Kargin

As we discuss with Thore in mails, there is some situation when internal pointer handling interfere with custom pointers, which can cause a bit of mess , like as for example in odyssey when we set manually autoscroll cursor and move cursor over string objects : mui at this time itself change pointer internally.

That can be easy avoided by disabling the object pointers (MUI prefs → System → Object pointer types) , but can be good to make it works somehow internally, if possible of course.

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