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Get this ad-on up to date. Badly missing the function. Expect more of Mozilla programs.
Does not work on FF 51.0.1
working in linux mint 18.
hope bring some stars back to this addon. it works again and should get its credit back.
Agradezco el esfuerzo de sus creadores y desarrolladores pero nunca lo disfrute, tengo FF 14.0 y no funciona.
Es algo malo de FF..... con cada actualizacion siempre se pierde algun buen complemento o aplicacion.
Gees...thought the Adobe crashes were just my old computer. Since going back to the old version I haven't had any problems.
Same problem as ahblza2. Would be helpful if the about tip was explained. Some of us aren't all that computer literate. I feel we shouldn't have to fix things ourselves when a new product is brought out.
I also went back to old version because opening other tabs kept crashing my "upgraded" Adobe. This new version is terrible.
Since upgrading to FF 6 this add-on no longer works, worked great before. Can I get some feedback from anyone?
no need for this add-on. Thanks for the about tip qwerstad. I can't stand when FF screws up UI like that version to version. But they've been doing it for years and apparently will continue to do so. Why should I have to have yet another add-on for something that should be built-in? Ideally, they should have a Preferences page builtin to the UI, but they have never grasped that professional model. Trivial workaround add-ons and behind-the-scenes flags are no way to run a grown up browser.
Just go to about:config page and change browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent to false.
il suffit de configurer firefox:
Taper about:config dans la barre d’adresse d’un nouvel onglet.
Promettre de faire attention. ;)
Chercher la valeur browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent.
Et la mettre à false.
It's kinda poor that you break expected behavior, then force me to search out and download an extension, then ask for a donation to correct your mistake. This kind of stuff defeats the point, which is to use products that increase efficiency, by forcing you to spend extra time fixing things caused by an attempt to solicit donations. If you want donations, stop making people waste time trying to find fixes. (FF 4 seems like a perfect example of a huge time waster)
Thanks... makes it easy to get expected behaviour. When multiple tabs are open it is too confusing and messy to have tabs open up in the middle somewhere. Another firefox feature that I wish they had left out. Thanks for making something so that I and others don't have to fart around with about:config in order to fix this firefox "feature".
don't work with ff4 (it is not a problem with tab mix plus)
Like many other Firefox features, the tabs opening after current option can be changed with a little searching through about:config. For the Firefox novice, though, this addon probably would be very useful:)
whats with firefox 4 beta?
works perfect with 3.6
Rated 1 out of 5 stars by redeeps on September 2, 2010
^^ If you had bothered to unpack new_tabs_at_the_end-1.0-fx.xpi you'd be able to see inside of open-tabs-on-right.js
Why the low rating?.. Respect the developers, they put in work; plain & simple.
hi.. i love this addon.. will u be making a version for the FF4 beta?
Its not needed just change
Is this coming out for 4.0?
Works great and I appreciate it!
The only thing I don't like is that it automatically takes you to the new tab . Normally you can choose whether to stay in the same tab you were in or jump to the new tab when it opens (from the options settings) but this plugin overrides that and automatically takes you to the new tab even if you don't have that set in your options. Kind of annoying.
Just loaded this add-on to Foxfire 3.6.3 ... Worked perfectly!
I like my tabs in a certain order, so it was so annoying when Firefox would open a new tab in the middle of other previously opened tabs. Also, I like to know exactly where a new tab will be (on the far right) when I open a new tab.
I'm like some of the other reviewers, in that this choice should be made easily available to users.
Anyway, good job on the add-on, Shawn!
I've tried both the about:config entry edit, this add-on, and other similar ones, and I'm still having the tab open to the immediate right of the originating window, instead of all the way to the right on the end of the row of tabs. For me, this is annoying. I set up my tabs the way I want them and I don't like having to bounce around to find what I'd just opened.
It will, if the originating tab isn't the first on the left, cheerfully go to a tab in the window on the left, making browsing even more insane.
I'm not going to downgrade the rating on this, simply because the developer did all he could do. However, I'd like some additional suggestions if at all possible.
het was de hooft reden voor mij om de update niet te installeren.Hoe kom ik er vanaf
This is an excellent add-on. I click items as I go and I prefer to see them in the sequence I click them.
I seem to recall that Firefox 3.5 allowed the user to toggle the choice of whether to open next to or at the end on the 'Tabs' tab of the Options menu. They really need to reinstate that toggle. Better yet, put it as a menu choice in the View or Tools menu.