Mavericks 10.9.1 - Finder's bug

anzio

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What are the steps to reproduce that. Just drag a single tab off the window, or are you doing something extra? I cannot seem to get the same result (replicating the video).
 

humar

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No, no extra moves..just this.. If I move a tab to create a new window I got this miniature on my desktop..

(I've got a clean install of Maverick on day one)
 

anzio

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I can't reproduce this on any of our machines.

Is it stuck there forever (until restart of Finder or the computer) or can you click it or put a window over it to clear it. If it's stuck there, that might get irritating. Especially if it is when moving any tab out from a window.
 

iosuser

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Mar 12, 2012
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Cute bug :p Although it is not happening on my MBP on which I just upgraded to 10.9.1.
 

illusionmist

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Jul 27, 2013
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Hitchhiking the thread... Is anyone also not able to resize the sidebar in the "Open/Save File" dialog?

I've been seeing it since DP, thought it'd get fixed but never did. Perhaps I should file a report but I want to see if it happens to others as well.
 

humar

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Hitchhiking the thread... Is anyone also not able to resize the sidebar in the "Open/Save File" dialog?

I've been seeing it since DP, thought it'd get fixed but never did. Perhaps I should file a report but I want to see if it happens to others as well.
No.. same here, I can't resize it.

Back in topic
so.. It seems that is only my problem..
 

cocky jeremy

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No.. same here, I can't resize it.

Back in topic
so.. It seems that is only my problem..
I had the same bug in 10.9, not sure about 10.9.1 yet. I haven't tested it since updating. I posted about it last week without much response. I guess it's relatively rare.
 

humar

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I had the same bug in 10.9, not sure about 10.9.1 yet. I haven't tested it since updating. I posted about it last week without much response. I guess it's relatively rare.
I had this bug also in 10.9.0.. hoping updating will fix this but I doesn't happened.
 

DJLC

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Have not seen this issue. I've been gradually updating everything at work. So far, one 2012 MacBook Air, two 2012 cMBPs, two 2009 iMacs, and one aluminum MacBook.
 

KoolAid-Drink

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Sep 18, 2013
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Yeah, I've seen that bug around since 10.9.0, but was unable to reproduce it as well. It's quite random.

I'd suggest filing a bugreport (for free) at bugreport.apple.com and attaching the video (or providing the link to the video), explain that this is not specifically reproducible, but that it's a UI bug. They may be familiar with the bug already, and mark it as a duplicate, but at least they'll be aware of it one way or another. Doesn't hurt to try.
 

w0lf

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Feb 16, 2013
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Yeah I've had this since the first 10.9 beta but I use XtraFinder most the time so it doesn't really affect me. I think I got rid of it at one point by nuking my preferences.
 

Broph

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I had this bug also in 10.9.0.. hoping updating will fix this but I doesn't happened.
Bit off topic, but can you please put up your desktop wallpaper? I wouldn't mind it… Unless it's a Mavericks stock wallpaper, then I'll just google it. :p
 

ultraspiracle

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Sep 21, 2012
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Solved with a clean install of the 10.9.1..
Don't be surprised if it comes back but hopefully it won't. Mine disappeared inexplicably and now behaves well. However, it's a known bug, but I'm not sure they are keen on fixing it right away - it seems to have been around for a while. Definitely overstayed its welcome.
 
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