Reducing tab size
h.bons at student.rug.nl
Fri Aug 17 18:07:22 EDT 2007
> I don't know who coined this term "dancing widgets," but if a slight
> one-row-of-text shift downward (or upward if you have bottom-tabs)
> fairly infrequently is a 'dance,' to you, don't expect to be invited
> to any dance parties.
> Receiving a message in the existing conversation is more of a 'dance'
> then this. That shifts the majority of the screen and obscures the top
> line of text. Adding tabs does only the latter.
> http://pidgin.im/~seanegan/dancing.png doesn't seem like the end of
> the world to me.
And firefox does the same thing. Sure it doesn't mean it's the right
thing, but it's like
that for years, and it's not like people are abandoning firefox.
If you add a new tab to already opened tabs is just as much "dancing" as
going from one (no tab) to two tabs.
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