653 Bewertungen
  • Facile da usare.
  • After i couldn't use the good old session manager from Michael Kraft even in FF ESR any more i was looking for an alternative. In TSM i can import my old sessions from SM. Overall it works well, although atm i don't like it quite as much as the old SM.
  • No problems. Thanks for the very useful addon.
  • I love this add-on (It saves me having over 450 tabs open all the time lol) - Thank you sienori :)
  • Seems to be a good idea for working with tabs - but needs a kind of "moz-extension" as its base and therefore slows down the whole system... not to mention that it looks and behaves just like the good old "Browser-Extensions" who did in fact re-directed every Search!!!
    Idea: very good - Realization, Performance & Trust-Factor: poor!
  • Very usefull and feature rich
  • As I sat beside my fancy library online (*cough* bunch of Firefox tabs *cough*), to my horror, all but the last bookshelf had vanished! All those HOURS curating the finest text that would tickle my brain... lost! Thanks Mozilla devs, for the timely updates.
    I was gutted. As I fumbled through solutions online on restoring my sessions, I couldn't find one that would bring back the tabs grouped the exact way this add-on had done. Then, I happened to be in my downloads folder. And there it sat, with a smug on it's face, the elusive BACKUP FOLDER from this wonderful Manager by ''sienori'' Awesome (I am sure that's your last name).
    In the rare few moments of productivity in the past, where I was playing with the settings, I had switched on the sessions backup option (DO IT!). After that it's just a simple click to import the session.
    Thanks dude/tte!
  • Eng: Good extension on the number of parameters available, very customizable. I enjoyed it in the past, but now after every update there is a corruption on the database and you know what? you loose everything (it seems to come from firefox according to the developer, weird that he still not found a way to get around this). What is the purpose of this extension? to backup your sessions, no? But apparently you can't.
    I'll go see if I can't find better, more stable.

    Fr: Bonne extension sur le nombre de paramètres disponibles, très personnalisable. Je l'ai apprécié par le passé, mais maintenant, après chaque mise à jour, il y a une corruption dans la base de données et vous savez quoi? vous perdez tout (selon le développeur cela vient de firefox, bizarre qu'il n'est toujours pas trouvé un moyen de contourner ça). Quel est le but de cette extension? sauvegarder vos sessions, non? Mais apparemment, vous ne pouvez pas.
    Je vais voir si je ne peux pas trouver mieux, plus stable.
  • Absolute life safer!
  • Works OK when used by itself, but fails dismally when using the "Tree Style Tab" plugin.
  • For years I used "Session Manager" but then I updated Firefox one day and got a message that it was not compatible that's when I found "Tab Session" by sienori. I have been using it for around 1 year? and it has worked great. There is a number of configuration options but no real complaints.
  • No issues, thx
  • Really Helpful!!!
  • A great, effective extension with a clean, intuitive design. I don't understand what the negative reviewers were complaining about, as I've found it easy to use and quite reliable.

    The developer obviously studied the GUIs of other well-designed apps. TSM has lots of great features (I particularly appreciate being able to select how many automatic backups to maintain), but it avoids overwhelming you by keeping them in logical places you can access as you wish.

    Before I returned to Firefox (when it got fast again), I used the Session Buddy extension with Google Chrome. There's just one thing I miss from it: Sometimes I save sessions I need to remind myself about later. Session Buddy showed the session list as a full page, so I could leave it open when I closed the browser, and it automatically restored itself the next time. By contrast, you must click TSM's icon to see the session list—so you have to remember that you _should_ see the list. :?) It'd be great if TSM included an option to show it as a regular, restorable page.
  • Quite good. But I am still looking for a function that the back/forward history can also be saved for each tab (This can be done in Michael Kraft's Session Manager). Support!