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Old 05-14-2015, 06:52 PM   #1
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Question How can I edit the number of tabs shown on Gnome Web Browser?

On Gnome Web browser 3.14 (aka Epiphany) the tabs bar at the top only shows 7 tabs before it starts to hide some. It is really annoying me, I'd like more tabs shown (without it hiding and making me scroll sideways to see the other tabs.) Firefox will display 12 tabs before hiding some, and Chromium with just shrink the tabs and never hide any.

How can I (if it's even possible) change these settings on Epiphany?
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Perhaps it is not possible. Midori based on webkitgtk follows like chromium.


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