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Uninstalls automatically by firefox in last versions. You can install it and it will works just fine untill second restart. It can be only my problem, but I don't believe in this possibility.
Lightweight addon @3kb , but only dedupes same url tabs , does not work at domain level ..
Implementation is too poor , Two DialogPrompt Box on execution becomes a nag for users..
4 stars as there is no other lightweight addon ...
When I use this it puts up a dialogue box saying "Treat different anchors as the same page? yes/no" and I have no clue what that means. Seems to work otherwise.
v0.1 did not work on Mac OS X because none of the dialog boxes came up correctly but now v1.0 works just fine for the most part.
I noticed that if I have more than one one tab of Yahoo Mail open, this does not detect the multiple entries, because the URLs are slightly different but point to the same Yahoo Mail window. See the following example of 3 identical tabs (different URLs):
The the next version, maybe instead of listing the repeated tabs x times, provide a count of the number of duplicate tabs, showing the URL only once.
Also, I think better wording is needed on the fisrt dialog box. What does "Treat different anchors as the same page" really mean?
Using FF 3.5.8 on Mac OS X 10.4.11
It does what it says and it works well.
It would be very nice indeed if you could also have an button for this, that can be fished out of "Customize Toolbar" to set on the navigation bar,etc, like so many other buttons available there.
it works fine for me
The only functino that seems to work is the Close Repeated Tabs. BUT no dialog box comes up after confirming action.
Keyboard shortcuts do nothing.
Also NONE of the other features appear to work. And there definitely is not a menu entry in the Tools menu.
I am using FF 3.5.3 on Mac OS X 10.4.11.
I was looking for something like this for a long time. It does exactly what it says it does.