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Traction Control 1.06
by kse tmp
An accurately ordered list of pages seen or loaded, in a kind of a history console, which handles nicely :-) It shows the icon, time, title and address. There are some tools in the right-click menu.
About this Add-on
- clicking the "stealthy handle" makes it move;
- a toolbar button is available (drag it from the "Customize Toolbar" window);
- extension developers can tcsay("um") for printf - dump - like debug logging.
A user writes:
"At first was going to rate it as zero stars, then I found that all I had to do was slide the tab-bar down. If anyone else is having problems, just move your mouse over the top of the tab bar & you will see the double-ended arrow to grab & drag the tab-bar down."
To use a toolbar button for opening the panel, just right-click a toolbar, select Customize, and drag the "Traction" button from the opened palette.
You may want to ensure the option in Tools/Options/Tabs is set to open links in new tabs instead of in new windows. To bring back "runaway" tabs, Firefox's ability to have "address" icons and tabs dragged between tab bars in different windows can be used.
Displaying the panel elsewhere in the window and remembering its contents are things I haven't been enthusiastic about for over a year and a half now ;-)
Hold down Ctrl while clicking a link to open a new tab.
+ hopefully more compatible
+ the above includes changing the keyboard shortcut to Shift-Ctrl-V
+ tcsay() - removed bad qoute-escaping regex