Opening directory in a new tab with three finger tap on path bar minimizes the window
Steps to reproduce
- Install and open GNOME Tweaks.
- Open the "Windows" section in the sidebar
- In the "Titlebar Actions" section, switch the "Middle-Click" combobox to "Minimize".
- Open nautilus
- In a multi-touch touchpad, do a 3-finger tap in the pathbar
Opens the clicked location in a new tab.
Opens the clicked location in a new tab AND minimizes the window.
(In Fedora 28, gnome-shell 3.28, wayland session)
When I try to open a directory in a new tab by three finger tap on the item in the path bar it also minimizes the window. The reason is probably that I activated the option to minimize windows by three finger tap on the title bar. In this case I don't want the window to be minimized as it's quite impractical for the work flow. Before the path bar was integrated in the title bar there was no conflict about this of course. It would be great if the minimization of the window wouldn't be triggered when tapping on an item of the path bar. (OS: Arch Linux, Nautilus 3.30.1-a3ca977a, Gtk 3.24.1)