- by DanBit.ru, 6 days agoRated 1 out of 5Eats all of available ram and doesn't show any popups or sidebars. Useless.
Developer responseposted 5 days agoSorry to hear you're having trouble—please open a GitHub issue and I'd be happy to work with you to figure out what's going on. Unfortunately, I can't solve the problem based only on a one-sentence review with no details. Thanks!
- by Janos Barbero, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5Super buggy. When it works, it's great, but sometimes it hides tabs without stashing them, creating sessions that are empty both in the UI and in the bookmarks folder. At this point all you can do is use Firefox's built-in hidden tab UI to restore the tabs - and pray that Firefox doesn't crash first so you lose them.
The concept is great, but a tool like this has to be reliable first of all, and you lose a tab once, you lose the user's trust forever.
Still haven't found anything like Tabs Outliner for Firefox.
Developer responseposted 2 months agoHi, sorry for the trouble—please open a GitHub bug and I’d be happy to take a look. (I’m afraid I can’t provide support through review comments.)
Tab Stash is designed so that tabs are not hidden until the very end of the stashing process, after all bookmarks are fully-created and stashing is otherwise complete. This is to safeguard your tabs against being lost due to any kind of problem in the stashing process.
From what you’re describing, my best guess is that you might have a conflicting add-on installed (or there is something else in your system) that is messing with the bookmarks very shortly AFTER they are being created by Tab Stash. There is at least one extension known to cause this behavior, listed in the Tab Stash wiki (afraid I don’t recall the name at the moment and I’m not in front of my computer to check).
In any case, as I said above, please open a bug and I’d be happy to troubleshoot with you further.
- by Firefox user 13813702, 4 months agoRated 1 out of 5This increases the power consumption of Firefox on my Macbook Air M1 hugely. The energy impact went from around 1 to 5 to around 40. It was a total battery killer. By one-by-one disabling my extensions I found it was Tab Stash.
Developer responseposted 4 months agoHello, at the moment, there are two known issues (one in Tab Stash and one in Firefox) that can lead to high CPU usage and which I'm looking into for the next Tab Stash release. Fortunately, there are workarounds for both.
First, if you upgraded to Tab Stash 2.10 from an earlier release and you notice high CPU usage after the upgrade, please try uninstalling/reinstalling Tab Stash (simply disabling it isn't sufficient). Pre-2.10 versions had a bug which left some stale deleted-items entries around, and when you first upgrade to 2.10, those entries will be cleared all at once, resulting in the high CPU. Uninstalling/reinstalling Tab Stash is another, faster way to clear out the old entries.
Second, there is a bug in Firefox's saved session handling which can cause Tab Stash to have high CPU usage. Tab Stash tries to work around this bug, but the workaround is what causes the high CPU. The bug seems to have gotten worse in recent Firefox releases and so I'm looking at ways to improve the workaround. In the meantime, however, clearing out any invalid saved-session data usually resolves the problem; you can find instructions here:
If neither of these things helps, please feel free to open an issue on GitHub and I'd be happy to troubleshoot further with you there.
- by mik3, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Very buggy.
For example: Buttons that does nothing, restore tabs in the wrong order & you way to easily delete all tabs.
Also the out-of-box preferences are not good for new users.
Developer responseposted a year agoSorry to hear you were having trouble. There's not much for me to go on here, but what you're describing sounds like an issue with Firefox itself that affects a small handful of Tab Stash users, where Firefox's extension APIs sometimes don't work.
This can happen due to Firefox's saved session data getting corrupted. Tab Stash naturally uses Firefox's tab/session APIs quite a bit, so when things don't work right, Tab Stash will naturally also stop working.
Please try the steps here to see if it helps: https://github.com/josh-berry/tab-stash/wiki/Restart-Firefox-Without-Saved-Session-Data
If you're still having trouble, please see https://josh-berry.github.io/tab-stash/support.html for some more common steps to try, and feel free to open a GitHub issue if you're not able to resolve the problem.