Originally Posted by kim kap sol
... I doubt the "windows move fine" for you...if you're sending the cursor up to the title bar to grab it and move the window and you hit a grab-handle, you'll be pulling a tab out instead of moving the window. ...
Ah, wasn't sure what you were talking about at first really. I can see if you had bazillions of tabs open then that might be an issue.Edit
: It seems that the tab you are viewing always maintains a large size even as the others shrink in tune with how many tabs are added, so the target for moving the window is always large anyway. Seems like a win-win to me.
On the other hand, there are at least three posts already about how bad it is to have to pick a tiny target for moving the tab instead of just hitting the whole tab as before, so there are two mutually exclusive needs there, now that there is only one bar for both functions. Well have to see who yells the loudest I guess.
My take on it so far after now ten minutes or so is that functionally
I love it already and won't be un-installing. My biggest negative so far is that it has a serious case of the "uglies," which is the main reason I don't use FireFox.
Aesthetics is really important to me in something I use on a daily basis for many hours at a time and the super high contrast, super-busy, overly sculpted, fussy glob of stuff at the top of the screen is kind of bugging me. With everything mushed together so close in the top 1.5 centimetres of the display, which is also right next to the OS menu bar, it all just starts to look garish. Three fonts in three different styles? Maybe I'll get used to it though. Not sure at the moment.