- Rated 2 out of 5by LLLLLLLllllllIIIIIiiii:::..|°|, a year agoThis addon is doing its job good.
It offers user to make several custom adjustments.
Also displays on its addon symbol the number of open tabs, though this is truncated to only 3 digits.
Needs minimal permissions.
But it is very disappointing in heavy usage. A firefox with 1000s of tabs gets very sluggish with this addon, resulting in very noticeable slow response, unbearable delays when switching between tabs.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Firefox user 16069410, 3 years agoThe settings is unstable or malfunction. Each page is suspend event if I removed it.
- Rated 2 out of 5by AM in Spring, 3 years agoThe bad first: The reason I disabled the add-on is because every day several of the tabs would get stuck on the suspended moz-extension://301d3d0... URL and wouldn't refresh when I returned to the tab.
The good: Except for the terminology whitelist/blacklist, the functionality of those lists and the un-whitelisted tabs definitely did get suspended.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Firefox user 12616354, 4 years agothis extension doesn't work anymore, also import doesn't work. All of my tabs still in the not suspended state. I figured it out because of 2-3 G memory spent of laptop...
Developer responseposted 4 years agoHello!
The reason, why it still suspends youtube, though you have added this string to whitelist patterns is because your example is not a regular expression. It is treated as a regular string. To add a regular expression, as stated in the description, you should prepend \regex\ to a correct regex (/pattern/flags). In your case it should be \regex\/https://www.youtube.com/*/g
And it will work.