- by saran, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5It's pretty cool, but it lacks some features that I need.
1) for example I have like 300 cards open at the moment, it would be nice to have a button somewhere to automatically group them by domain (because I have to click on every different domain and group it separately, right now. It takes a lot of time.
2) an option to group new tabs after opening them? After I open new youtube tab (while being outside of any group), it should be automatically grouped into the "youtube" domain group. So I don't have to do that manually.
3) a button to collapse ALL groups at once?
4) another thing that is bugged - after I close the Tabs sidebar (the whole plugin sidebar) and open it again, only a few groups are kept (seems to be random ones), or only a few cards are kept within a group. Most of them need to be created again, which is troublesome. Both for normal and domain groups. Most of them disappear after closing the sidebar. Only a few are kept.
thank you for your work
- by gracefool, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5Pretty good but has some usability issues. Primarily, the list scrolls to the bottom whenever I make a new tab. Also it's a shame you can't double-click to open a new tab, or middle-click to close a tab (and remove the close button at the end). It doesn't show whether a tab is loaded or not. It works well with Containers, showing the icon at the end - though it would be really cool if you could filter the list by container (i.e. an option to show one container at a time).
Reply: I installed the pre-release (2.1.0a1) but there's no difference re double-click or middle-click. Nor does that about:config change do anything re showing if a tab is unloaded - it only shows if it is loading. Fair enough re containers.
Developer responseposted 2 years ago> you can't double-click to open a new tab, or middle-click to close a tab (and remove the close button at the end)
Added those features.
You can try pre-release from https://github.com/asamuzaK/sidebarTabs/tree/master/dest
> It doesn't show whether a tab is loaded or not.
Set `svg.context-properties.content.enabled` to `true` from `about:config`.
> it would be really cool if you could filter the list by container
Not planned. Out of purpose.
- by 14264359, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Exactly what I needed! Can you maybe do it so it auto groups by domain? Example wikipedia.org 20 pages open and it automatically groups them?
- by Firefox user 14680406, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Works exactly as it's supposed to, fantastic.
The only things I'd criticise are that the dark mode is completely black(I'd prefer a dark grey) and the currently selected tab could be highlighted better, but these are just minor details.
- by polo2005, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5Simple and gets the job done, the closest you will find to the old IE styled tab groups.
current version used:
- by Firefox user 13455483, 4 years agoRated 2 out of 5Obviously it's a bit early to rate, but on the Mac, one cannot "ctrl+click" as this is the same as right click. Expected alternative cmd+click and option+click do not seem to work.
Developer responseposted 4 years agoPlease report bugs to the issue page on GitHub, not here.
I made a try build so please let me know whether the bug has been fixed or not.
Edit: Should be fixed in v0.28.3