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Ticket-125

Wide layout - Un-Maximizing Message pane narrows it

Priority
High
Reporter
Bennomoehlman
Status
Closed
Assigned to
h.ogi
Version
MMP 1.1.15 & 1.1.14
Milestone
MMP 1.1.16
Created
2012-03-21

Description

[OS] Windows XP

[Application] Thunderbird 11.0

[Themes] - Default 11.0 - Invisible Children 1260925626 (Disabled)

[Extensions] - Add-on Compatibility Reporter 1.1 (Disabled) - AddressBookTab 1.4.2 (Disabled) - Archive This 1.4.7.0 (Disabled) - BorderColors 0.6 (Disabled, Incompatible) - Compact Menu 2 4.3.1 (Disabled) - CompactHeader 2.0.1 (Disabled) - Custom Buttons² 3.1.0 (Disabled, Incompatible) - Display Contact Photo 1.2.5 (Disabled) - Display Mail User Agent 1.6.8 (Disabled) - Duplicate Contact Manager 0.8.2 (Disabled) - Extension List Dumper 1.15.2 - Lightning 1.3 (Disabled) - Maximize Message Pane 1.1.15 - notto 0.6 (Disabled) - Personas 1.6.2 (Disabled, Incompatible) - Quote Colors 0.3 (Disabled, Incompatible) - Remove Duplicate Messages 0.1.10 (Disabled) - Restart Thunderbird 1.0 (Disabled, Incompatible) - SlideShow 1.4.7 (Disabled) - Test Pilot for Thunderbird 1.3.7 (Disabled) - Toolbar Buttons 1.0 (Disabled, Incompatible) - TotalMessage 1.0 (Disabled)

I really like the Maximize Message pane add-on. I'm having a problem that is somewhat hard to explain and would be better shown by pictures.

However, I switched to the Wide View for Thunderbird. I can now maximize as normal but when I un-maximize, the message now only takes up about a quarter of the message pane on the left. When I maximize again, it maximizes normally, but un-maximizing again results in the same problem. The message pane is then always only using a quarter of its space and doesn't change until I restart TB.

It works fine in the Classic View. I disabled all Extensions and it still didn't work.

Thanks.

Bennomoehlman


Changelog

h.ogi (2012-03-24 (土) 19:05:41)

Confirmed. Debugging now.

h.ogi (2012-04-01 (日) 04:16:49)

Fixed in v1.1.16.

bennomoehlman (2012-04-10 (Tue) 05:25:32)

Thank you!

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