Rated 2 out of 5by raywood , a year ago
I really like what this add-on does. The problem is that it never stops doing it. I have tabs that need to be in a tree structure. That part is great. But I don't want new trees created every time I run a Google search or open a new tab from an existing page. Sadly, there seems to be no way to control that. So if I want to use this add-on at all, I have to manually flatten every newly created tree. It is a chore, and it seems unnecessary.
- Rated 5 out of 5by 0xThomE, 2 days agoDevelopers respect privacy and permissions guidelines by only requesting those ABSOLUTELY NECCESARY when installing. No full Website data request on install. Read only permissions by default.
Friendly side-bar interface automatically groups your tabs by host/path. A no-brainer add-on for Devs, hackers, and the casual internet user. Thank you, piro_or.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Starfleet, 13 days agoWow. This thing is seriously awesome. Why this is not how ALL browers are by default is baffling.
Edit: And it turns out to be better at navigating and managing bookmarks better than the actual bookmark manager.
- Rated 1 out of 5by malau, a month agoWhat the smeg ?! It opens the bookmarks sidebar !? How hideous is that ! I was expecting the tabs to cascade from their default position, you know, as actual tabs ! This is mental ! Useless.