Problem with two lines of tabs in editor

I have 10 files open so I get two lines of tabs.

When I click on one of the tabs in the top row, the two rows swap places. Now my cursor is NOT over the tab for the file that I want (because it moved to the bottom row) so when I let go of the mouse button, I get whatever file whose tab moved up underneath my pointer.

Now I can move the pointer while holding down the mouse button so that I CAN get the correct file, but this problem is certainly annoying.

Donald

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Fixed.

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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I have 10 files open so I get two lines of tabs.

When I click on one of the tabs in the top row, the two rows swap
places. Now my cursor is NOT over the tab for the file that I want
(because it moved to the bottom row) so when I let go of the mouse
button, I get whatever file whose tab moved up underneath my pointer.

Now I can move the pointer while holding down the mouse button so that
I CAN get the correct file, but this problem is certainly annoying.

Donald



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Thank you. I just figured out that dragging the cursor to the new row
works. Doh.

Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

Fixed.

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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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>> I have 10 files open so I get two lines of tabs.
>>
>> When I click on one of the tabs in the top row, the two rows swap
>> places. Now my cursor is NOT over the tab for the file that I want
>> (because it moved to the bottom row) so when I let go of the mouse
>> button, I get whatever file whose tab moved up underneath my pointer.
>>
>> Now I can move the pointer while holding down the mouse button so that
>> I CAN get the correct file, but this problem is certainly annoying.
>>
>> Donald
>>
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