I can't think of a good name for it but the idea is simple: all tabs are stitched together at the seams and allows for viewing more than one web page at a time and to scroll through open pages. Here are the core concepts:
Watch the VIDEO here which explains it much better:
- All tabs are stitched together. The open pages are visible from one to the other and parts of adjacent pages may or may not also be visible.
- Borders between pages are adjustable to reflow the layout of the page.
- Scaling of each page independently from eachother so the user can work with them completely separately.
- Bottom horizontal scroll bar is the default scroll for moving between tabs.
- Scrolling for each is independent from the rest
- Sidebars can be used to export parts of selected text from one of the browser panes to perform complex actions- like perform a google search in the pane when it is selected or dragged.
- Dragging from favorites on sidebar creates new tab- dragging action defines width of the page (as it is loading).
- New tabs created in the center with default width, pushing contents to left and right.
- Colors flash when the default page changes (the one that has focus in the center) to illuminate which pages are which and which one has focus on the address bar.
- Tab labels become editable or accept new addresses.
- Border between pages AND border between sections of horizontal scroll bar can be used to adjust widths of the pages.
- Width of the tab on the bottom width relative to the page that is being displayed.