I often have a lot of tabs open in a browser window, so I’m used to seeing tabs whose titles/labels up in the tab bar only display the first 2 or 3 letters of the full title/label.
But now I’ve seen one for which only the first letter was visible. Since that letter was an ‘I’ there was almost no visible text in the tab title/label.
There were 23 tabs open. I know that’s not good, and I try to ‘cure’ it when I become aware of it, but in the meantime I’m left with a tab bar without visual cues.
Perhaps something can be done about this, since together with the other issue I’ve reported-- titles/labels for tab with focus aren’t brighter than the rest (in a Private window), therefore hard to find – it makes the tab bar difficult to work with.
As a possible solution, couldn’t tabs form a second row once they reach a certain limit, creating a kind of stack directly in the tab bar?
Also, while the ‘Tab’ dropdown menu does help, it only ‘selects’ the tab’s display area – the indistinct tab title/label remains, limiting the usefulness of the dropdown menu in solving the issue I’ve raised.
Mac OS Mojave
Brave Release (“up to date”)