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Re: [patch] Win32: tabline may flicker

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... Thanks. Looks like a safe fix, I ll include it soon. -- Article in the first Free Software Magazine: Bram Moolenaar studied electrical engineering at the
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      Ken Takata wrote:

      > The tabline may flicker when opening a new tab after 7.3.759 on Win32.
      > How to reproduce:
      >
      > gvim -u NONE -U NONE
      > :tabe " Open a new tab. The tabline will appear.
      > :tabe " Open the third tab. The tabline may flicker.
      > " (Some extra tabs appear a moment.)
      >
      > It seems to be caused by TabCtrl_SetCurSel().
      > Attached patch fixes this.

      Thanks. Looks like a safe fix, I'll include it soon.


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