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STABLE version -- 5.0.1002.295
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(01-30-2023, 12:04 AM)Californ1a Wrote: I looked further into it but I haven't seen anywhere that was explicitly requested, though I did see some instances of people unintentionally dragging a tab out and "losing" all the other tabs because the new window maximized on top of their previous window on the same monitor. I found an extension to return this feature... yet another extension added to the pile that should just be built-in options. However, the extension only works for individual tabs, it doesn't work when you hold shift to select multiple tabs and then drag the whole group out. It would be great if Cent could provide an "auto-maximize dragged tabs" setting in the tab options rather than needing yet another extension.
I don't need your proposal and I think so many. Only the source code will be increased. This results in reduced performance. Cent is 20% slower than Chrome. Use the extension and do not clog the source code with your offers.

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#72
(01-30-2023, 12:04 AM)Californ1a Wrote: I looked further into it but I haven't seen anywhere that was explicitly requested, though I did see some instances of people unintentionally dragging a tab out and "losing" all the other tabs because the new window maximized on top of their previous window on the same monitor. I found an extension to return this feature... yet another extension added to the pile that should just be built-in options. However, the extension only works for individual tabs, it doesn't work when you hold shift to select multiple tabs and then drag the whole group out. It would be great if Cent could provide an "auto-maximize dragged tabs" setting in the tab options rather than needing yet another extension.
This is the original reason.
Seems it was caused by a conflict with Windows feature.
We may consider adding an option for this.
Now we are hesitant to add options because we already have too many options.
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