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Name:owb pukapuka
Title:Origyn Web Browser, webkit, CSS capable
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URL:http://www.sand-labs.org/owb
Created:20080831 19:05 by orgin
 Issue details
Type:BugSeverity:Minor
Status:FixedStatus Comment:
Title:Popup Tabs force window size smaller
Version:3.29
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fingusanother resize make other tabs look like before (ok)20100623 23:06
i have figured out that if you resize the window smaller and bigger again, in most cases the other tabs pages will be fullscreen again
ChrisHRe: another resize make other tabs look like before (ok)20100628 23:45
I think the main problem is than JavaScript is allowed to resize the window, which it should not. I don't think this problem happened in v3.28 (and certainly not before that).
samo79Re: another resize make other tabs look like before (ok)20100629 17:34
@ChrisH

Yep it should but not as is !
Any browser must be able to do this cause as any web developer know, without that it become impossible to set a specific dimension for the window if a developer wants to specify one, OWB 3.28 was able to open windows only in a unique dimention ... (the dimension of the main window)

So the feature is ok, but implemented bad, well at 50% :-))

To solve that OWB must be able to open external windows also in tab mode, as it already do if you disable the tab tooltype :-)
fingusRe: another resize make other tabs look like before (ok)20100629 23:18
@samo79

No, this is not okay, its just annoying! (keep popup banners in mind, owb still have no popup blocker!)

samo79Re: another resize make other tabs look like before (ok)20100629 23:39
@fingus

We already have the annoying popups window resize or not, it seems that we are talking about different things, what I mean is how can we open manually a window like this:

onclick="javascript:window.open('gallery/01/index.html','window','width=800, height=720, toolbar=0, location=0, status=0, menubar=0, scrollbars=0, resizable=0');">

Right now (with 3.29) we can almost setting a dimention of the window opened, if you eliminate this functionality the window will be open without any dimention so a developer can't decide anymore how will be his window ...

ChrisHRe: another resize make other tabs look like before (ok)20100705 10:23
@samo79
To be honest, I don't care that a developer can't decide the window size - it makes no difference to me as one can still read the page. It is FAR FAR more annoying to have my main browser window randomly resized every 10 minutes.

Of course ideal situation would be to open a new window of right size.
samo79Re: another resize make other tabs look like before (ok)20100705 16:56
@ChrisH

Of course ideal situation would be to open a new window of right size.


Yep is exactly what I've try to say ;-)

By the way as web developer I need this option very very often, my customers or friends ask me for this type of layout ... :-)
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