- by arax, 6 months agoRated 2 out of 5no chance to get it working with addon NoScript
I get "Dies ist eine Seite mit erhöhten Privilegien, deren Berechtigungen nicht bearbeitet werden können."
- by Chad Cloman, 2 years agoRated 2 out of 5This extension is *exactly* what I want. I couldn't find anything else that does this, and I like it much better than the Tile Tabs WE extension by the same author.
Reading the "about" section, it appears this is an intentional decision on the part of the extension developer. I'm sure there were good reasons for that choice, but it makes the extension unusable for me.
- by klint, 2 years agoRated 2 out of 5Not your fault, and sorry for the 2 stars only, but the lack of scripts support in tiles makes it useless to me. I'll have to stick to your Tile Tabs WE addon then (although I'd prefer pages) which is a quite good alternative :) (even if not as handy as pages). Thanks
- by firebox666, 2 years agoRated 2 out of 5\o/ I have been waiting for this for over9000 years, Mozilla devs should be flogged for dragging their feet on the WE API changes which were available even before Quantum officially rolled out, but instead were shelved for useless slideware like WebRTC and VR features nobody, and I mean NOBODY uses instead of supporting an extension that had tens of thousands of active users. /rant (I could go on for hours)
Update: 04/23/19 - So, I suppose I have to temper my enthusiasm here; this is kind of buried in the description, but scripts are not allowed in these child frames ... which basically means this is only useful for static pages. If a page takes any kind of user input in the 21st century, it probably needs some kind of JS execution :( If this is really going to be a fixed limitation going forward, this unfortunately is not going to be a replacement for pre-Quantum Tile Tabs.
Update: 05/09/19 - So Mozilla proj. mgt. has apparently tabled the relevant feature ticket that this feature needs forever :( The only good news here is that the Vivaldi browser includes an integrated browser-level feature called Tab Stacks that supports a tiled mode with maybe 60%-70% of the old Tile Tabs functionality. It's a sad day to see what was once a Firefox-signature feature now only available in a Chromium-derived browser, but here we are.