There have been tabs in Scriver for a while now, and I recently upgraded to the latest version (of Scriver). I noticed that, there was the ability to move tabs around. If you drag a tab, the tab duplicates itself and attatches it to your cursur, with the effect of being partially translucent. You can then put that tab somewhere else on that row, effectivevly moving it. Etc. But I have the tendency to drag and click (sometimes) and when I click a tab, if I so much as drag it one pixel, then it becomes see-through. If I meant to click it to bring focus of the tab's corresponding conversation, and I accidentally drag it, my naturally response is to let go of mouse button, and then I have to click again to make sure I get it right.
Okay, now that you understand my dilema, my request is this: Allow dragging and dropping of a tab in it's original spot to bring focus of that conversation to the front, anyways. So.. a failed attempt to click a tab, doesn't stay a failed attempt. Does that make sense?