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Hello. I'm encountering an issue with the latest 5.10.2 sneaky peek (119775), where the tab drawer comes detached from the main window and just kind of floats there, usually somewhere behind/below the main window. This issue seems to occur mostly when I invoke Exposť--as the OmniWeb window moves to its position, the tab bar becomes unstuck. I'm running Snow Leopard 10.6.1 on a MacBook Pro with a Core 2 Duo processor.
 
This isn't anything new. It has been happening since Exposť first arrived on the scene in OS X and occurs when you invoke it just as you show a new drawer (e.g. as you open a new window or Workspace) in OmniWeb; the OS probably gets confused into thinking the drawer is a separate window to the one it is meant to be attached to. To get it back into place, just hide and show the tab drawer.
 
I see. Now that I think about it, I can recall this occurring with one other app I have that uses drawers. Thanks for the tip about hiding and showing the tab drawer to get it back where it should be.
 
 


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