Love the grouping feature and that I can close individual tabs with their own [x] button without having to first navigate to them.
- Visually maybe it would be best to show each tab's [x] button on hover though
- Should be able to drag left to ungroup (unindent) one level and drag right to group under the previous (above) item
- Also, it would be really if a filter box was on the top to select which tabs to show (filter titles using typed substring). Indentations should be remembered (that is have invisible parents if those are filtered out). If hard to implement, it could at least highlight found items or gray out items not found. Could also have that as option and could have Previous/Next button to select next tab that matches the filter
BUG report: broken with FF 57, completely broken with FF 58. That's so sad...
Tab Tree was better. Too bad about ff>55
Been using this add-on for ages, keep up the amazing work!
I really love this extension because it makes organising my tabs so much easier and logical. One issue though is that when I restore tab after a crash, I lose all the trees. I have to manually make the trees again which can be pretty annoying. It would be fantastic if you could fix that
Makes your tabs more like a folder list. You can collapse individual branches of the tree and really see a whole lot of tab roots all at once. This is the way all tabs should be done in every browser!
【Bug report】After the last update in March. The tree bar stays in loading status forever, cant see any tabs but a loading icon.
But if I disable and then enable this addon, everything goes well.
It happens everytime when I open firefox.
How to hide tabs bar on the top of windows?
Number 1 add-on of any add-on that has ever existed:
A+ | 10/10 |
Must have. Cannot use a browser without it. No other add-on has the same feature. Thanks a lot!
The reason why I am still using firefox and love it very much. This is must have addon, that makes life easier and more organized.
The only thing that could be improved is a default smaller tab height like before the WebExtensions version. But it can be changed with a code snippet found on the extension wiki.
Works pretty well, but sometimes child tabs get separated from the parent tab and other child tabs, with non-associated tabs in between. I've not seen a pattern to when this happens, unfortunately. At least the tabs are lost, but it can get confusing.
Came to it as a replacement for Tab Groups when Firefox Quantum stopped supporting that one. Was great while it worked, but now it just shows the loading icon forever; both on Linux and Windows. EDIT: After update works perfectly again
It works pretty well considering how hard Mozilla is trying to kill Firefox by limiting extension developers to the WebExtensions framework. The basic functionality of the "old" addon before the switch is already present, and it accomplishes its main task of helping navigate dozens or even hundreds of open tabs in a pleasing way.
The thing I still miss the most is the ability to add custom keyboard shortcuts for actions; while the list is already in the extension settings page, it seems to be inactive for now. I really hope the excellent developer manages to also bring back this feature, which is sorely missed by power users who aspire to not use a mouse at all when browsing.
Works perfectly. Thank you.
I was worried that after quantum that treestyletab will be dead. However, the dev did a great job finding a way around it!
Seems promising, but in reality it’s not so great. I tried using it in conjunction with Simple Tab Groups and found that after changing to another group and coming back it had spontaneously created its own sub-tree group of (presumably) all unloaded tabs. It’s not clear how you can even undo this short of closing all the tabs it contains. Extensions shouldn’t do unexpected things like this. It also seems fairly CPU and memory intensive at times.
Another problem is that it doesn’t seem possible to organise open tabs (through drag and drop) without loading each individual tab. This makes it pretty useless as a utility for organising already open tabs.
F1 is a terrible choice for a shortcut.
If you use it from an empty Firefox, it will probably work as advertised, dutifully creating trees, etc. But if you already have lots of tabs open that you want to organise, this will do little for you.
Sadly, currently broken.
It guzzles memory and CPU time like nothing else I've ever used and really slows down the browsing experience. This addon should *not* be going to 80% CPU usage and adding 2-4GB of RAM usage just because I opened a single tab.
I hope it gets fixed soon.
edit: My mistake. The real cause of the problem was one of the settings in the Tab Session Manager.
5/5 for Tree Style Tab itself.
A must-have add-on.
So glad to see this back in Firefox Quantum
Inserting new tabs do not respect preferences set in this addon for Firefox Quantum. It appears the plugin does not actually respect any of its own settings. If I press CMD + T on Mac, it always goes to the bottom and makes a new tab tree. Never does it make a child tab.
Earlier, before FireFox 57, was such a cool addon, now everything is bad: - loads the processor to almost 90%, does not open tabs when i start FireFox, i must to disable and re-enable the add-on. Loads memory-from 2.5 to 6 GB (with twenty tabs). Locks pinned tabs periodically. I also agree with other users regarding the lack of functionality that was there before, and unnecessary semi-loaded tabs, tabs opening at the top of the list rather than at the end, problems with restoring tabs.. nothing works.