- Rated 1 out of 5by caltrop, 4 days agodoes not work especially with a local HTML page, which gets all mucked up
Developer responseposted 3 days agoThis is not true at all. The extension works exactly as described. For local HTML pages there are restriction that are not New Tab Override's fault. But it's described within the add-on. The add-on also describes a workaround that works like a charm. So please be fair and don't give bad rating for things that are not the add-on's fault.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Freeze, a month agoThis extension does exactly what it says it does and does it well. It will even put the new tab page in focus when you open a new tab. In my case, I don't have to click the box to begin the search. Thank you Soren for taking the time to solve a major problem by creating this extension. :)
- Rated 1 out of 5by Speede-du-potar, a month agoDoesn't really do what it says it can do, there is a huge frame surrounding the new tab page, Palemoon opens an HTML file on my hard drive, Firefox is unable to do this!!!
I have uninstalled this Add-on, and yet when I click on "New Tab", I now have a blank page telling me that it was New Tab Override that opened it!
But I have uninstalled it! What is this unwanted virus ???
Ne fait pas vraiment ce qu'il dit pouvoir faire, il y a un énorme cadre qui entoure la page de nouvel onglet, Palemoon ouvre un fichier HTML sur mon disque dur, Firefox en est incapable !!!
J'ai désinstallé cet Add-on, et pourtant quand je clic sur "Nouvel Onglet", j'ai maintenant une page blanche m'indiquant que c'est New Tab Override qui l'a ouverte !
Mais je l 'ai désinstallé ! C'est quoi ce virus indésirable ???
- Rated 5 out of 5by BP, 2 months agoFor me, New Tab Override saves Firefox as a browser. I have a local homepage with links of my own. I have been gathering them over 30 years or so, and that's what I want to see when I open a new tab.