Compose in a tab

David Bienvenu dbienvenu at mozilla.com
Fri Feb 24 15:55:51 UTC 2012


Being able to do things like compose in a tab was one of the motivations for doing tabs on top. So yes, we're aware of this. It's mainly a question of resources.

David

On 2/24/2012 3:09 AM, Sean White wrote:
> Now I know that this idea has been discussed to death but I think now is a prudent time to bring it up again.  Now that TB11+ are moving to a tabs-on-top display where 
> each tab is more contextualised it brings up the slightly ambiguous reasons for still having it in a free floating window when the rest of the program is following the 
> contextual tabs paradigm.  I know that it has a lot to do with how the dialogue was written and i also acknowledge that it may be a difficult thing to rewrite but surely 
> it is time something was done to move this core and crucial part of the program into the paradigm set by the rest of TB.  And this is not said from an entirely aesthetic 
> point of view.  Though it does look better this is a side affect of the functionality being in the place you expect it to be in.  As of TB 11 it'll make even less sense 
> that you can open your emails in a new tab, manage your calendar from a new tab and even install addons from a new tab but you CAN'T write you emails from a new tab as 
> this can only be achieved through a separate window.  Thus can we have some proper discussion on this topic/idea and possibly some action as well.
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