I don’t know if this is an issue, but a feeling or observation I have.
So the thing is since the new firedragon version 11.9.0 (64-bit) it happens to me A LOT that I click on a tab and accidentally close it.
I usually have hundreds of tabs open, so they are naturally at minimal width
I have qhd resolution if that helps.
Because you click on the X icon?
I probably hit the X
or I think the “hitbox” in general got bigger.
I just have the same workflow of trying to select a tab and then realize it is gone
maybe I get accustomed by time, but I thought maybe others have the same experience.
Like I said it is just my personal observation
Are you using a UserChrome.css?
If not, here are 2 other ways of dealing with this, both in
Setting this to FALSE will prevent the Close button from appearing when you hover the mouse on the tab (I think that’s the cause of your issue):
You could also (I mean instead of the above one) enable close tabs on double-click if you feel like it:
I have no idea!
I did a fresh install of garuda 2 months ago and regarding firedragon i have everything as default
userChrome.tab.close_button_at_hover == false
not instead but additionally, right?
no X but close by double click
that seems to be perfect
Instead. One or the other setting.
But that being said you can use both, it’s just that I think no button hover is included in double-click, cuz if there’s a button it means it is single click.
The important thing is it’s fixed!
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