Robert Riches writes:
Thanks for the suggestion. I did check the config options and I did not see
anything that appeared to relate to this issue. I was hopping the fix might be
something as easy as this, but if it is, I do not know what parameter to change.
Does anyone else have a suggestion?
>On 2010-09-03, Jeffery Small wrote:
>> Firefox 3.6.8 on SPARC Solaris 10:
>> There is a very annoying problem with tabs. When I have enough tabs open
>> to span across the Firefox frame and I then want to close the right-most
>> tab, I move the mouse up towards the [X] on that tab. However, just as I
>> am about to select it, the tab moves to the left and an unnecessary right
>> arrows appears which is maybe supposed to scroll over for hidden tabs,
>> of which there are none. The problem is that now, instead of clicking on
>> the [X] to dismiss the tab, I'm clicking on the arrow which does nothing.
>> Can anyone please explain how to permanently disable this annoying right
>> arrow so that it never appears. Thanks.
>Have you gone to "about:config" (in the address box), putting
>"tab" in the filter box, and looking through the list for
>something that looks relevant?
>(Don't actually type in the quotation marks, of course.)
>(Yes, that is one of my email addresses.)