great Rated 5 out of 5 stars
How to remove the delay of ~1 second when I click other tab? Ctrl+Tab/Ctrl+Shift+Tab isn't affected, continues switching fast, but switching by clicking on tab is annoyingly slow.
Also, how to remove or pre-select "about:newtab" when I open new tab using Ctrl+T? The typed address is appended to "about:newtab", leading to error.
Thanks for your review and excellent questions.
Our navigation is a little different than what you are used to.
First the arrows in the sidebar "<" and ">" will navigate between open page tabs. These are the tabs on top. The Temp-Pages - tabs on the bottom can be selected from the (Ctrl + Tab" command.
If the page is open (you can tell from the arrow icon on both Page and Group Tabs) then switching is fast. If the page is closed, then you need to wait for it load.
I have to look into your last question. What would you like to happen?
Exactly What I've Been Looking For!!!!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
TRUST ME! I have to say this is AWESOME!! I'm sure many of you who handle multiple clients have the same problem i have had for years--having tons of tabs open at all time.
Basically, it used to drive me insane after a while, and always wanted a way to organized my open tabs, and not have to send them to my bookmarks (you should see my bookmarks--its a mess!)
This is the perfect solution, I have adapted well to using KBrowser so far, it's super easy. Finally I feel I have control over the information I need in order to handle accounts, clients and my personal stuff--Finally Organized. I simply love it! Great Job!
A GAME CHANGER ... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The Optimal Access Firefox Extension is nothing short of brilliant! It takes the concept of browsing to the next level.
Like anything new, it took me a couple of hours to work it out and now, after only a couple of days using it, I cannot imagine going back to IE, Chrome or even Firefox without it.
The Tutorial videos were really helpful at the beginning and once I got it .... WOW!
It's ease of use, retrieval and link archiving is so simple. A very clever extension, a must have ...
I can safely close tabs without losing them. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I am usually hesitant of closing my Browser windows because I don’t want to lose my tabs.
I often can't find specific tabs - bookmarking them does not have the detail I need; and a second issue is that the large number of open tabs slow down my computer.
Optimal Access has solved these problems for me. First I can save and organize as many Tabs as I wish, next I can organize them my way so they are easy to find, and most importantly, they don’t slow down my computer because I can close pages without deleting the tabs.
A truly remarkable and useful extension. It is well worth the time to learn it.
Truly remarkable addon Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I should say that I have been a long time user of the Optimal Access desktop application and our company used it for may years as a content management and curation tool. Karan and his team have migrated much of the functionality of the original software to this remarkable plugin. Essentially this turns Firefox into a truly multi tabbed 'matrix' browser, both organising web resources and also making them immediately available. Additionally the plugin allows all your content to be saved to local files which allows the building of 'catalogues' of portals. As another reviewer said - this is really game changing - both for individuals and companies. Yes, the learning curve might be a little steep to start with but do persevere - it will pay you back every hour that you spend learning to use it at least tenfold.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.50.11).
My projects are always ready to go Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is a great piece of software. It seems simple but the benefit of being able to sort my browsing by project is invaluable. I use a bunch of pages per project. Optimal access helps me to sort and access much quicker than regular tabs and bookmarks.
Again, great job!