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1) Have a simulator selected
2) Click and hold on the simulator selector
3) Drag the mouse to a new simulator category
4) Attempt to drag mouse onto different iOS version of the simulator
5) Release the mouse
The simulator type/version is selected
The previous simulator type/version is still selected
It works if you click each piece of the tree individually. Here's a screencast showing the different behaviors.
Minor and has a workaround, just figured I'd file cause I've noticed a few times now. Probably a papercut candidate.
Ah, yea, I think this is one of the complaints that Frank Krueger had.
I *think* this is a gtk issue.
Cody: could you take a look at this?
This is no longer an issue since we have the native Mac toolbar.