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nknm - thanks
In my previous review I stated that I couldn't get Tab History Menu to work, and gave it one star. I was wrong. Tab History Menu works perfectly, but it has a compatibility issue with the Tile Tabs extension. In order to get Tab History Menu to work with Tile Tabs installed, you must go into the Tile Tabs Options window, select the Tabs tab, and deselect the option to "Drag & drop tabs onto tiles (instead of detaching)."
but there's one thing missing. nobody can SEE if there's any possibility to go back/forwards in a tab like on the default FF's buttons - especially when they are nomore in the mainbar.
it's a lil bit confusing and often i can't remember if i went back or forwards in a tab when there are many many many tabs opened. it's then fussy to scroll and then point to the tab(s) and click it again.
it would be better if there were an indicator that shows in the tab(s) here i went back or forwards or BOTH.
otherwise a great AddOn which serves real space.
I love this extension, but I think it needs a small tweak. You should make it so the only time the tab history menu opens is when we left click on the favicon of the tab. This would make it more intuitive, cause sometimes we just want to move the tab without the history menu popping up. That would easily be solved by my small tweak. Thanks for making a great, useful add-on!
Very convenient to have. Thank you.
This add-on is great. I would love to have a keystroke shortcut to return to the first page in the tab's history.
Awesome idea! I love it, it enables me to have a wider location bar.
This extension works correctly. However, it broke all ability to drag and drop in Firefox 3.6.8 on my Ubuntu 10.04 machine.
I would be able to drag and drop (links, text, tabs, etc.) for the first few minutes, then everything would become static. I thought it was a conflict with Tab Kit, but disabling Tab Kit did not change the situation. It is also not caused by a conflict with Easy DragToGo. Those are the only two addons I have that explicitly modify drag and drop and tab behavior, unless you include Tile Tabs.
I got tired of experimenting, so I've disabled this addon until further notice. The replacement addon I've found, Enhanced Middle Click, works great. Tab Utilities also offers the same option, although I can use it because it interferes with Tab Kit.
Maybe it would be possible, as others here have suggested, to add the possibility of a hot key, like alt or ctrl. Perhaps that would solve the problem.
If you like drag and drop functionality (this literally broke it all, even in the bookmarks organization window and other addons, such as Menu Editor) I do not recommend this addon. This is possibly a conflict of extensions - all I know is that with this enabled I lose functionality, and with this disabled I don't.
I have sent an e-mail about ideas.
This is a fantastic idea, but dude, seriously, Shift + Backspace. I don't remember if you can use Backspace as a back button in Firefox, but you definitely can't make it the left mouse button, although I like the idea, but it isn't practical. On top of holding the left mouse button to move tabs, I also double-click to close them using Tab Mix Plus. You two need to high-five sometime and *really* make a cool add-on together.
This addon is great.
It's "Must Have"
This addon is great.
It's "Must Have"
This addon combined with mouse gestures for back/forward navigation does away with the need for the navigation buttons - thank you!
My only gripe - the history menu should only show up when needed. I've installed 2.1.1 and that solves the problem when middle and right clicking. Now if you can put a time delay when dragging and double clicking.
Or have an option for showing the history on double clicking the tab - what do I substitute if(event.button !== 0) with for dblclick?
There is a technical difficulty. Because of the way Firefox fires some events, if I put a time delay or something like that, a user won't be able to toggle the history menu just by clicking the tab, she will have to click somewhere else to hide the menu. Still working on it through, and I'm considering write another add-on which has a different way to display histories (it's actually requested by a user). Thanks for your support!
Please don't show the history menu when middle-clicking (on the mouse wheel) on a tab, because by default that will close the tab. So it is pointless (and annoying) to show the history menu when closing a tab with the middle-mouse button.
I like the concept here... but, if I right click on the active tab, the tab history provided by this extension is obscured by the tab context menu which appears in front of it.
I'm also using TMPlus and have unchecked the little box as suggested in this forum.
What might be wrong?
Tab History Menu 2.1.0
It's a bug, and will be fixed in 2.1.1. Thanks for your feedback.
I need update. Add-on very nice!
This DOES work in v3.6 - I'm using it now.
It was quite a faff to install though, given that it's been marked as incompatible. I had to install the Add-on Compatibility Reporter first (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/15003), which handily disabled compatibility checking, then I downloaded this add-on via the direct link:
Incidentally, if you are also using Tab Mix Plus, you might want to go into Options --> Mouse --> Mouse Gestures and uncheck 'Mouse click (down and release) to select a tab', as it makes using Tab History Menu a lot easier.
This add-on is very useful, update to 3.6 please.
Just installed 3.6 and found my favorite add-on (TAB HISTORY MENU) was not compatible. I hope you will be updating it. Thanks
Thanks so much...works like a champ with TM+ with teh note above
This looks like a great add-on, however I can't find the feature in Mix Tab Plus to turn off to get it to work. Please can someone be specific about this. Thanks.
That's just what I was looking for.
You could get Repetitive Strain Injury going back and forth to the... er... back and forward buttons.
Open the menu with the history of the tab after clicking on it (mouseup), not to click on it (mousedown), so that the menu is not displayed when you click the tab to change its position in the tabs bar.
I wrote a version which will open the menu after the tab is clicked(click event), but If you try to click the tab again(mousedown event), the menu is first closed by the mousedown event, and when the click event is finally fired, the menu was already closed. So I have to simulate a toggle effect here, but there is a subtlety. The toggle effect works like this: if the menu is closed by clicking on the tab(mousedown event), the following click event shouldn't open the menu, and here comes the problem: the menu closing event is fired before the mousedown event(a bit unlogical, but may be attributed to the menu closing being an OS level event), and there is not way of knowing if the menu is closed by clicking on the tab or clicking on other parts of the browser(which shouldn't prevent the menu from being open the next time the tab is clicked). So I've run out of ideas to solve this problem now, if you have any idea, please let me know. And since the problem with mousedown is dragging a tab leaves the menu open, it can be solve by making the dragging also close the menu, although the menu will be open for a glancing moment, I think it's acceptable. The new mousedown version is already written and can be downloaded here:
If I somehow manage to solve the preceding problem, a new version of 2.1.0 or something will be released.
I'm amazed at how useful this is. I never liked the back/forward button. So this is a welcomed improvement over it. Good work and better idea!
As REVerdi said there is a need to avoid the appearance of the menu when you're closing a tab by double click. A timer could be added so it handles the event with a small delay that accounts for one used by the double click.
The new release is still in the sandbox, but you can try it if you want.
After a little consideration, a timer seems to be a better option, I'll try to implement it. Thanks for your suggestion.