Safari favicon not updating

21-Aug-2019 15:32

But, people also use tabs as bookmarks, never closing their 50 tabs.

I don't know if that is a legitimate enough use case to justify them being needed in a browser though.

Even worse, I activated the setting to ONLY show the icons because I want all my favorites (around 40) to be visible at once without having to use folders.

But since extensions cannot be installed and favicons are not sown, I cannot use this browser.

These tabs are locked to the lefthand side of your tab bar and stay in place, even when you open a new window or relaunch the browser.

It’s literally one line of code in the is used to draw the vector shape contained in the file (the background color for the tab changes depending on whether the browser window is active and if it’s selected.) The documentation states that the graphic should be a vector shape filled with black.

In our first test, we used a fill color that wasn’t black: the image is used as a mask, so the opacity of a filled shape is the only thing that matters.

I can't think of any reasons besides browser aesthetics, but seriously..

I tried switching from Chrome today and the way the tabs are laid out seems so counter-intuitive, favicons are a great way to quickly identify the correct tab.

These tabs are locked to the lefthand side of your tab bar and stay in place, even when you open a new window or relaunch the browser.

It’s literally one line of code in the is used to draw the vector shape contained in the file (the background color for the tab changes depending on whether the browser window is active and if it’s selected.) The documentation states that the graphic should be a vector shape filled with black.

In our first test, we used a fill color that wasn’t black: the image is used as a mask, so the opacity of a filled shape is the only thing that matters.

I can't think of any reasons besides browser aesthetics, but seriously..

I tried switching from Chrome today and the way the tabs are laid out seems so counter-intuitive, favicons are a great way to quickly identify the correct tab.

It's 2016, why do we still not have people filing their feedback directly? It's a design decision Apple made to eschew useless clutter. They are absolutely useless in an address bar though.