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Pleeease fix it! :´-( Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Could someone please fix the add-on, so that it remembers the faviconized tabs after restarting Firefox?
The git repository is found here:
No longer remembers which tabs were Faviconized Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Every time I restart Firefox all the previously opened tabs revert to the standard size. Kind of annoying since I always have a lot of tabs open.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Solved my problem with "Move to new window" Rated 4 out of 5 stars
After reading https://github.com/ktakayama/faviconizetab/pull/14 and unpacking (after renaming to .zip) the faviconizetab.xpi downloaded from here , I modified content\faviconizetab.js as follows:
1. in function "enable" :
* if(this.session) this.session.setTabValue(tab, 'faviconized', true);
if(this.session) this.session.setTabValue(tab, 'faviconized', '1');
2. in function "restore" :
* if(faviconize.session.getTabValue(tab, 'faviconized'))
if(faviconize.session.getTabValue(tab, 'faviconized') == '1')
3. set install.rdf to version 188.8.131.52 and maxversion 37.*
4. packed whole extracted folder to faviconizetab.184.108.40.206.zip and renamed it to .xpi
5. installed modified package in FF
No more error messages in browser console and "move to new tab" works again,
The FF default entry "open link in duplicate tab" does not work but addon "DuplicateTab" works.
Maybe someone with JS knowledge may to review this fix...
Almost perfect Rated 4 out of 5 stars
There's only one thing missing to make it perfect, a default favicon for those pages who don't have a favicon.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Superb ! a very convenient way of surfing, especially if you use like me a lot of tabs, to avoid scrolling. As the author says, it is simple and smart, and does exactly what it is aimed to. Thanks !
Tracked a URL display problem to this add-on Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I've used this add-on for several years and found it very useful, especially when juggling multiple projects and keeping 30+ tabs open. I'm using Firefox 37, and around version 33 or so I saw that the URLs in tabs opened by links in other tabs did not show the URL in the address bar.
This became a deal-breaker because I could not bookmark the new tabs or load them from a saved session without the URL. I unloaded all extensions and added them back one-by-one until I found it was the FaviconizeTab add-on that was causing the problem.
I'll look for a similar add-on that reduces tab widths until this problem is fixed. I hope it will be fixed. This is otherwise a great add-on.
================ Update ================
I found that I could reproduce the narrow tab feature using Tab Mix Plus and setting the maximum tab width to 40 px. Looks like I will not need this add-on after all.
By the way, using TabScope is a good way to know the contents of each tab when you can see only the Favicon displayed. Just hover over the tabs for a pop-up containing a reduced-size image of the tab contents.
Daily driver Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I like to keep a lot of tabs going when at work and generally they're the same tabs most of the time so I've gotten used to their favicons, their titles just waste space, and I hate scrolling tabs. I've been using this since the early FF days and have always considered it a must-have.
That said, now that I'm using FFDE, the tabs that I left iconized when shutting down forget their state and start up the next time all expanded forcing me to spend the next min double clicking everything (which causes them to all load into memory). Bit of a pita. Fix that and we're back to 5 stars :)
Half broken Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Doesn't work with tabs that haven't been unloaded and it doesn't remember tabs that were faviconized before a restart...
oh well, would have been nice if the Github account was still available because then the extension could be fixable.
another great extension that should be move to the graveyard.......
Extensión muy útil y necesaria Rated 5 out of 5 stars
¡Por fin actualizado! Una gran alegría cuando he visto que hoy volvía a funcionar con la versión 1.0.6 en Firefox 35. ¡Muchas gracias!
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Win 8.1 x64 SL + FF33.1.1
Not work. It so bad, i very like this addon.
Please, fix it!!!
On Japanese site link to mozilla.org is not correct.
Açık sekmeleri daraltma, küçültme, ikon haline getirme Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Yer kazanmak için sekmeleri daraltmaya/küçültmeye yarar, her sekmeyi farklı tıklama metodlarıyla tek tek küçültebileceğiniz gibi (ben çift tıklama yöntemini kullanıyorum) belirlediğiniz site adreslerinin herzaman daraltılmış modda açılmasını sağlayabilrisiniz.
Not. gibi aynı anda birden çok sayfa/sekme açan kullanıcılar için faydalıdır.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Dont work anymore with FF 33 over Ubuntu 14.10 64bits uptodate and clean new installation
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I use this extension for a long time and could not take place any more.
Very Useful Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I like and use this addon very much
If I would have but one request it would be that I could have an extra option "do not close hide button on ACTIVE tab"
This would save more space,and is much more useful on touch like pc's.
Excellent! Thank you very much. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Like @FLOW, I think that it should be implemented in Firefox by default.
Great feature to have Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great feature to have, it should be implemented in Firefox by default. Thanks !
Very clever Rated 5 out of 5 stars
does what it says, great feature to have. Thanks
Good but some suggestions Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I wish you could add a feature that allow auto un-faviconize the page once that tab leaves the website in the auto-faviconize list. For example, I auto-faviconized "A website", but if I click a hyperlink in "A website", that will lead me to "B website". However, in current version, it does not allow auto undo the faviconize action even the tab has already left "A website".
I wish my consideration could be considered, thanks.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Faviconize tabs is the first addon I always install in my firefox. Love it. Thanks!
No longer compatible with Firefox 17, 18 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I love this addon and have been using it for 2 or so years and it worked flawlessly.
However, ever since Firefox 17 (and now 18), this addon doesn't work properly. When I drag tabs into another group, the originating tabs get 'stuck' and do not re-order as they once did. This also happens if I start a new group with the same tab.
Once this happens, I can't close other tabs - the "X" button doesn't highlight and is not clickable. The only way to fix the 'stuck' and 'unclosable' tabs is to shut down Firefox and reload. It's extremely frustrating.
I have reinstalled Windows (fresh) and did a new install of Firefox, and made sure no other addons were installed. I then installed FaviconizeTab, and this problem was easily replicated.
Author: please make this wonderful addon compatible with the new Firefox. I love this addon and wish to continue using it.