Rated 4,4 out of 5
4,4 Stars out of 5
- by usernamenumber, 6 maande geledeRated 5 out of 5Tree-style tabs is life-changing if you do any kind of work that involves having a lot of tabs open at once. Having them easily grouped by project/subject/whatever you want makes going back to traditional tabs feel like such a mess! I've been a happy user of this extension for years.
- by Firefox user 15592838, 6 maande geledeRated 5 out of 5Great tool to structure tabs for tab-hoarder like me!
Only one thing could make this better - If the structure would somehow be saved when I use my "OneTab" extension.
If you could work with that developer to get that then this is worth 6 stars :)
Also I like the little pop up message about how how to hide Tree tabs and regular tabs in one step, I wonder if a similar annotation could show new users about the other TST additions/addons?
BTW- Maybe the Close 'Tree Style Tab' button should be a collapse icon (<) instead of (X), because that symbolises a non-reversible closing action to me.
- by Ons-joe, 7 maande geledeRated 2 out of 5It would be great except it's not impossible under any circumstances to remove the existing tab bar in any way. I tried creating a userCrome.css file since that appeared to be the only way but to no avail. If I have no choice but to have a top tab bar there is no point in having your addon. Shame.
- by Firefox user 13252902, 7 maande geledeRated 3 out of 5looks Like they changed the old theme options and now I cant get it to work even with css code snippets. Sucks because it was a great add on which is now useless since I use a dark theme
- by Whoosh, 7 maande geledeRated 1 out of 5Since last FF update to 74.0 (64 bit) this extension stopped working. After de and re-installing it worked again, BUT the keayboard shortcuts are absent (most important: F1).
I can't see any workaround.