41 reviews for this add-on
  • Try 'Copy Urls Expert' that does the same job and compatible to newer firefox

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/copy-urls-expert/

  • Updated version of Tab URL Copier should work with future versions. If it quits working after an update to Firefox just re-install.
    http://www.4shared.com/file/ki7g1r5k/tab_url_copier-200-fx.html

  • You can get the working 1.1.9 version for Firefox 3.6.* here:
    http://tadd.free.fr/temp/stayOnline/firefox-addons/tab_url_copier-1.1.9-fx.xpi

    This was done thanks to "Untitled n° 4" 's suggestion!

  • Please refer to the solution proposed by "Untitled No. 4" in the comments here :
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1559

  • I really missed this, but found CopyAllUrls, which is similar but also has some additional features.

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/934

  • OK, after further tweaking, both of my PC's firefox 3.5.7 now work with Tab URL Copier.

    Thanks a bunch to "not a nickname"!!!

  • Thanks "not a nickname" for the hack. However, it works on one of my machines, but not on the other. Weird. Both are running XP now. This add-on was the only reason I didn't upgrade to 3.5.x Now I am happy, at least one of my PC is working with 3.5.x and this add-on! Yipee!

  • - close FF
    - replace in file extensions/{007C7BD8-3DB5-41e5-A7D9-7021B464CC9D}/install.rdf :
    old value: em:maxVersion="3.0.*"
    new value: em:maxVersion="3.5.*"
    (to be found in line 8)
    - save (keep backup copy! file is readonly!)
    - launch firefox and feel happiness come back (tested with 3.5.5 on linux64)

  • Thanks for the info, Dave. Good tip for me to try. ;)

  • Worked okay but I was only using it because CopyAllURLs was broken. Now that's been updated for 3.5.2 so that's what I'm using.

  • Please update for Firefox 3.5.2

  • This is a very useful addon. Could the author kindly update it to v3.5? Thanks.

  • This is very handy as a session saving tool but also to share multiple tabs.

    Please update for FF3.5

  • I've only just started learning about tabs and yours here suits one of my needs. Could the list of tab urls be displayed in a tab? Say a blank tab, nothing fancy, where the urls are written. The tab with this list might be save-able. Cheers

  • nfnaaron, thanks for your suggested alternative. It works great. Now I don't need this extension!

  • A nice addon, I find it very useful to copy gallery images in bulk - open each image in every tab of a new window, and just select copy tab URLs.
    Too bad I can't do the same with OPENING tabs from URLs in bulk.

    Now it does work in the Linux form, which is "\n", but on Windows "\r\n" opening tabs from URLs does not work properly.

    If you fixed this, your addon would be much more helpful to me and other users.
    Right now it's only half-functional for Windows users, thus 3 stars.

  • Great addon, really useful for emailing a group of tabs, or copying over to another computer. But please update to Firefox 3.1

  • I would very much appreciate a Windows fix for the Tab list import. Saving and importing a URL list in Linux style (\n) works but requires an extra search and replace (\n to r\n\ in a regular expression friendly text editor) step for human consumption.

  • (v 1.1.9) Like the last 2 reviews before me, "Open Tabs From the Clipboard" doesn't work properly for me -- testing the source code as a mouse gesture I discovered that it's the Windows delimiter "\r\n" that is messing things up (concatenating them into 1 item) -- all it seems to need is "\n" to properly separate the clipboard's urls.

    So for now, going into the extension's Options and changing to the UNIX/Linux type seems to do the trick..

    Other than that, nice job!

  • (correction to my review)
    Would have given 5 stars, because it's very simple and very useful, but like others the open from clipboard doesn't work for me.

    An alternative:
    - bookmark all tabs
    -- save the resulting bookmark folder to the bookmark toolbar (for easy access)
    - right-click on the new bookmark folder
    - copy
    - paste into wherever

    If you paste into a plain-text context (like a text editor) then you'll just paste URLs.

    If you paste into an html context (like an email compose window with html turned on), you'll past links.

  • Would have given 5 stars, because it's very simple and very useful, but like others the open from clipboard doesn't work for me.

    An alternative:
    - bookmark all tabs
    -- save the resulting bookmark folder to the bookmark toolbar (for easy access)
    - right-click on the new bookmark folder
    - paste

    If you paste into a plain-text context (like a text editor) then you'll just paste URLs.

    If you paste into an html context (like an email compose window with html turned on), you'll past links.

  • The copying part works fine, but the opening from clipboard doesn't. (for me) I tried opening two tabs, copying tab urls, and then opening from clipboard. Firefox opened one tab with the two urls concatenated.

    Still... just being able to copy is great.

  • The most useful add-on ever. Brilliant idea -- why in the world it isn't part of the firefox defaults is a mystery to me. In the past I used to waste a insane amount of time searching for ways to quickly save URLs. This add-on saves keystrokes, time and sanity. And it nearly replaces bookmarking for me. Thanks so much!

  • fantastic add-on, and great new (new to me anyway) open-tabs-from-clipboard feature. i'm crazy with tabs, i save wayyyy too many of them, and this has been extremely helpful in my packrat-ing ways :)

    (seriously though, fantastic add-on!)

  • Hi all. I have submitted a Firefox 3 compatible update which is awaiting approval. Thank you all for you patience and support.

    -Thomas

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