Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1255705
Inactive tab groups are not distinguishable from active tab groups
Last modified: 2015-08-24 10:54:12 EDT
Created attachment 1065552 [details]
Guess the focus
Description of problem:
If you open gedit and create two tab groups by doing Right-Click on Tab -> Move to new tab group, you can not distinguish visually which one is active (has focus). The blinking cursor is a hint but useless in non-text tabs.
There needs to be a way of distinguishing an active tab group from an inactive one (graying out a bit, bold text etc.).
Clarification: this is _not_ about a selected tab within a tab group but an active tab group between tab groups.
Steps to Reproduce:
tab groups are not a gtk feature, this will have to be addressed in gedit. you'll probably have more success by filing a bug upstream in bugzilla.gnome.org against gedit.
(In reply to Matthias Clasen from comment #1)
> tab groups are not a gtk feature, this will have to be addressed in gedit.
> you'll probably have more success by filing a bug upstream in
> bugzilla.gnome.org against gedit.
Thanks, let's just track the issue there!