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Linux Chromium progresses on tabs

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Those of you who installed the development release of Chromium for Linux may have noticed the tabs don’t work or appear at all.

It’s nice to see work is in progress and the last system updates brings tab functionality to the browser. Being work in progress, tabs don’t work in the way you expect them (you can’t switch between them, you can’t close them, etc), but they appear. So let’s take a look !

As you see, the tabs don’t appear on top of the Window decoration yet, and it’s doubtful if that will be done (seems like they are taking the easy approach first, and afterwards see if they can get tabs-on-top on Linux either).

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