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BETA version -- 4.1.7.162
(03-13-2019, 11:56 AM)jerryh Wrote: Is There a Way to Disable Tab List Menu ?
 
Is the a way to remove or hide the tab list menu so it is not visible at the top of the browser in beta v.3.9.2.33. I never use it.

Please uncheck the option "Show indicator button for invisible tabs" in chrome://settings/cbTabOptions
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(03-13-2019, 01:27 PM)CentBrowser Wrote: Please uncheck the option "Show indicator button for invisible tabs" in chrome://settings/cbTabOptions

Hi! Maybe there is a possibility to do as it was before... Indicator button becomes visible when tabs do not fit and appear invisible.
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(03-13-2019, 01:26 PM)CentBrowser Wrote: Thanks for testing.
We will take a look int this.
Seems it is with Verdana font only.

I gave it a further testing, and I observed that all fonts have this problem (ex: Tahoma, Arial), it's just that some fonts are more obvious than others. 
This problem in some fonts are almost unnoticeable (ex: Arial), but you can still see the subtle misalign if you observe them carefully.
This problem seems to exist in win7 and older version of win10 (<=1803), I don't have 1809 to test but I heard that people with win10 1809 do not have this problem.
Also it doesn't seem to matter that if DW is on or off, the problem exist in both case in my testing.
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Another problem is when closing a tab, the whole browser focuses out.
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(03-14-2019, 05:11 AM)zoso Wrote: Another problem is when closing a tab, the whole browser focuses out.
Same here, just noticed it now.
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(03-13-2019, 05:45 PM)Дмитрий Сакович Wrote: Hi! Maybe there is a possibility to do as it was before... Indicator button becomes visible when tabs do not fit and appear invisible.

Yes, the old way is better.
But the current way has more simple logic, and easier to maintain.
Another reason is that the tab list is also tab manager, you can middle click and right click on it to manage tabs continuously.
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(03-14-2019, 02:11 AM)m53aal Wrote: I gave it a further testing, and I observed that all fonts have this problem (ex: Tahoma, Arial), it's just that some fonts are more obvious than others. 
This problem in some fonts are almost unnoticeable (ex: Arial), but you can still see the subtle misalign if you observe them carefully.
This problem seems to exist in win7 and older version of win10 (<=1803), I don't have 1809 to test but I heard that people with win10 1809 do not have this problem.
Also it doesn't seem to matter that if DW is on or off, the problem exist in both case in my testing.

Thanks, we will do further testing.
Maybe another Chromium bug.
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(03-14-2019, 05:11 AM)zoso Wrote: Another problem is when closing a tab, the whole browser focuses out.

Thanks for feedback.
We will fix it in stable version.
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Hello,  

Supported --cb-compact-ui to reduce tab height

What is it and how to enable this function? I would like to reduce tab height
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You have to go here: chrome://settings/cbOtherOptions

It's the last option there. Click the box and then you'll be able to paste that.
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