I can reliably reproduce the issue with many tabs open.
This is mitigated by the fact that if you keep the mouse button pressed and
start moving the tab again after its position got out of sync with your cursor,
it will re-position itself to follow the cursor again.
** Changed in: webbrowser-app (Ubuntu)
Importance: Undecided => Low
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Moving a tab quickly when there are many tabs open, sometimes causes
tab to left in a incorrect position
Status in webbrowser-app package in Ubuntu:
1) Open the webbrowser and many tabs
2) Select the first tab
3) Drag the tab quickly from the left side to the right
4) Notice that as you are dragging the tab lags and is sometimes left at a
previous position (not the end)
What I expected to happen:
At step 4 for the tab to be in the correct position.
This occurs because the tab move() only moves +/- 1 at any time, and
is performed onXChanged. Which occurs from the animation of the change
X position from the mouse. However if you move fast enough the
animation skips certain values, causing some moves to be missed.
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