A screenshot of the issue
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit version 1703 build 15063.540
Update Channel: dev
OS Platform: Microsoft Windows
OS Release: 10.0.15063
OS Architecture: x64
Detailed step-by-step instructions:
I had switched my router to require an HTTPS site to log in and then pinned the settings page. Later, I found that the there were some problems with the self-signed CA and decided to change the setting back to only HTTP, this if I remember correctly, was done in Chrome.
Now, the tab that contained the pinned HTTPS settings page (that can no longer be reached) is constantly showing the spinning orange circle, I am unable to unpin the tab or close it by right clicking, and every-time I attempt to open a different site in within the pinned tab, a new unpinned tab is opened… meaning I will never be able to close the tab.
I even tried right clicking on the pinned tab to the left and selecting “close tabs to the right”… This did nothing to the pinned tabs, only effected the full tabs.
I hope that’s enough information to help with this issue.
Also, the pinned tabs don’t seem to remember the order I put them in after closing and re-opening Brave.