- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 13559623, 3 years agoCan not id ipv6 address, such as china network, china educational network, USA, japan and so on
- Rated 4 out of 5by Derpy, 3 years agoModern browser always open links in Bookmarks in the same tab. Though I can right-click a link and open a bookmark link in a new tab, I so want the function where simply left-clicking a link in your bookmarks opens said link in a NEW tab automatically. Am I missing a setting or is this just not available? Thanks.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoFoxyTab deals with the TAB as a whole and not the TAB content/page where links are located so that is not a function of FoxyTab.
- Rated 5 out of 5by sivulabill, 3 years agoI run Windows Task Manager all the time (to guide me in maintaining RAM usage below 80%). I tend to have 4-10 Firefox windows open; if careless, I allow enough open tabs (e.g., RAM usage) to slow or crash FireFox/Windows.
The ability to quickly save (~all tabs) and CLOSE a Firefox window, helps me avoid Firefox/Windows crashes.
On 6/24/2020, I discovered FoxyTab, which
allows me to quickly copy almost all
URLs (in the "current" window of FireFox)
to the clipboard, and then paste them into a file (to save "where I'm at" in the Firefox window). (Optionally, I usually include Webpage-Title for each tab.)
With FoxyTab, I can even do this fairly quickly for ALL my Firefox windows.
Afterward, I can winnow/add-to/rearrange the "tabs" within that file.
FoxyLink AddOn allows me to later restore (~all) those tabs within a Firefox window,
often after (to free-up RAM) I reboot FireFox and/or Windows.
I have found both FoxyTab and FoxyLink to be highly reliable, and reasonably straightforward to use, though I often have to review FoxyLink usage instructions; the two AddOns have slightly different orientations.