126 reviews
  • Dzięki, działa znakomicie. W końcu nie trzeba przewijać całego paska z kartami na sam koniec.
  • When I close several tabs and then restore them using Ctrl+Shift+T, they are opened in random places.
  • thanx for pointing to the procedure in quantum
  • I'm using Android tablet. This extension does nothing. All my new tabs go to the end of the line
  • Everytime i did "Crash Recovery" with the addon MySessions,tabs order is in chaos.Restored session is in reversed order or wrong order .Can you help to make this addon restore sessions in right order?
  • Totally needs support for `restoring closed tabs`
  • This add-on breaks the ordering of tabs on "Undo Close Tab" command
  • Very useful.
  • I use firefox so i don't need this add-on anymore..but i should be verry verry thankful to you guys fo making our browsing experience more comfortable ^^
  • Since Firefox 61 version there is "browser.tabs.insertAfterCurrent" option in about:config appeared. Finally! Thanks to developers, and it worked for me so I disabled extension. But could be even better if there were checkbox option in visual interface for regular users.
  • This has been a saviour of my sanity when dealing with lots of tabs, but now the public version of FireFox includes a 'browser.tabs.insertAfterCurrent' in about:config which makes this extension redundant. But before removing, I wanted to thank the dev for their work in creating this when there was no other option. Cheers.
  • Does what it says on the tin, highly recommended for anyone wanting to keep their tabs in check.
  • Does exactly what it says, nothing more nothing less.
  • Literally registered here just to rate this add-on and say that this is second most useful add-on after adblock
  • FireFox 52 = Doesn't work while other windows are being loaded it6 attaches to last LOADING window and Loads the new tab beside it. NOT from the Primary Tab
  • @moziloper:

    There is no such option:
    "browser.tabs.insertAfterCurrent"

    There is only:
    "browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent"
    (and the DEFAULT for that option is "TRUE", so there's no need to modify...)