Sliding Pane Plugin mispositions panes in 0.15.9 when changing width of obsidian container window

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Steps to reproduce

Install Sliding Panes 3.30 on Obsidian 0.15.9. Create non-maximized window width. Set Editor to Readable Line Length OffOpen two panes with the left bar open. Drag left main window border left to expand width. Drag left main window border right to shrink width. Watch second right most pane bounce around and eventually cover up first pane.

Other strange behviors possible where rightmost pane goes left behind pop up bar or when behind pop up bar and popup bar is removed by left arrow actual title bar part of pane is draw to the left of the main window border. Have to drag left main window border to increase main window width to force a redraw to eventually recover right most pane title bar.

Expected result

Window panes before 0.15.6? Worked perfectly where titles of panes stacked nicely left or right.

Actual result

window panes now behave unpredictably.


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  • Debug info:
    Obsidian version: v0.15.9
    Installer version: v0.15.9
    Operating system: Windows 10 Pro 10.0.19044
    Login status: not logged in
    Insider build toggle: off
    Live preview: off
    Legacy editor: off
    Base theme: dark
    Community theme: none
    Snippets enabled: 0
    Restricted mode: off
    Plugins installed: 7
    Plugins enabled: 6
    1: Sliding Panes (Andy’s Mode) v3.3.0
    2: Templater v1.12.0
    3: Dataview v0.5.41
    4: Advanced Tables v0.17.3
    5: Recent Files v1.3.3
    6: Regex Find/Replace v1.2.0

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Additional information

Seems like new main window drawing (new smaller main window title bar) some how has changed what sliding panes thinks it is getting at various stages of usage.

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