Bewertet mit 4,2 von 5 Sternen
4,2 von 5 Sternen
- von Firefox-Benutzer 14142537, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenI seems to be working fine so far. But could you add support for "Panorama View" addon? Right now all tabs of each groups are merged into one group which makes the tab groups useless.
- von wit, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenI'm very thankful for this addon as my WebExtension substitution of Session Manager by M.Kraft. I've used it since the beginning and I have never had any issues.
However, I've come to the point where sessions sync is the must have. This is why I have to change your great extension, despite that I like its UI and much more than the others.
Farewell and good luck! :)
Below is my original review 9 months earlier:
I am glad for the effort to bring Session Manager to WebExtensions. Still, in some cases I am using one instance of FF ESR with original Session Manager by Michael Kraft for its superior functions:
- auto saving sessions
- saving either whole session or just a particular window (what's even more useful for me).
It would be great to see the above in Tab Session Manager.
I also hope to find a top notch cooperation with Multi Account Containers, like auto saving window with a particular container tabs, so I can always start or exit my Personal, Work or other Container window and have my session saved.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 12340349, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenThe only problem as I see it so far, is the order of tabs on restore is reversed, and 2 specific tabs, have quirks on that. Tab 1, and whatever tab I was focused on upon closing FF last session.
First, after I close FF, when I reopen it the tabs load in reverse order. Can I assume its because the tabs open next to the current tab, but each time a new tab is opened it is inserted closest to the current tab, as opposed to the end of the queue of related tabs if that makes sense. Im sure theres a more technical way to say that, but thats the best Ive got.
Let say I have 50 tabs open. Im looking at tab 20, I click a link to open a new tab, that new tab is tab 21 pushign the old 21 to position 22. Still from tab 20 I click another link to open another tab and becomes the new tab 21, and the previous 21 is now 22, and 22 becomes 23.
To solve the reverse order issue, I need to open FF, reclose FF, then reopen it.
Secondly, I also note that the first tab of a previous session is always still in Tab 1 slot as it should be... and the tab I was focused on when I closed the session, even if say Tab 40, is now Tab 2 upon session restore, the rest are in reverse order.
I also note with another addon that modifies a limited functionality inbuilt FF Quantum feature, the inbuilt feature operates first, then the more customisable addon changes it, as opposed to simply replacing he inbuilt feature. Is that part of the reason for reverse order loading of tabs maybe? Is there an about: config setting I need to tweak?
But awesome work so far, once I found this and a decent speed dial approximation, I updated to Quantum. Until then I was holding out.