Tab Slideshow Version History

8 versions

Be careful with old versions!

These versions are displayed for reference and testing purposes. You should always use the latest version of an add-on.

Version 5.0.1-signed.1-signed 17.3 KiB Works with Firefox 3.0 and later

Better handling of Tab Groups.

Version 4.0.1-signed.1-signed 16.9 KiB Works with Firefox 3.0 and later

Version 4.0 adds an often-requested feature: the refresh setting is no longer global, but instead changes the default refresh setting on new tabs that are opened. You now have the granularity to choose which tabs refresh and which don't (so that you can refresh pages that don't have a meta refresh or asynchronous content, but avoid reloading the ones that take care of their own refreshing/updating). The checkbox for this is on the context menu for each tab. Sorry: there's no way to persist this across browser restarts, other than to choose the default setting that best suits your environment.

Version 4 also (coincidentally) brings in Firefox 4 support, with various tweaks including support for the new Windows Vista/7 Firefox app menu.

Version 3.2 4.0 KiB Works with Firefox 1.5 - 3.6.*

Version 3.1 4.0 KiB Works with Firefox 1.5 - 3.5.*

Version 3.1 fixes a minor typo from 3.0 in the settings dialog where the start-up option made a reference to "fullscreen" instead of "slideshow".

Version 3.0 4.0 KiB Works with Firefox 1.5 - 3.1b2

Version 3.0 of the extension adds slideshow on browser start.

Version 2.0 4.0 KiB Works with Firefox 1.5 - 3.0.*

Version 2.0 adds the oft-requested start/stop.

Version 1.7 9.0 KiB Works with Firefox 1.0 - 2.0.0.*

To those that have been emailing me: sorry to get the 2.0 version out so late, I really thought I would get a few new features in there too (like the much-requested ability to turn it on and off independent of disabling the extension :-) ), but ended up just shipping as-is.

Version 1.6 9.0 KiB Works with Firefox 1.0 - 1.5.0.*

Removed a line ``alert(time)'' which was a debugging line left in by accident (which, for some odd reason, never worked on the developers computer). Thanks to those who pointed this out.