- by Tobias, 9 months agoRated 5 out of 5Awesome extension, once you get used to it there's no going back. I've currrently disabled the find / functionality because I can't cycle through found words easily. But I appreciate the extension is still young, and I can't wait to see how it can get even better
- by taharqa, 9 months agoRated 4 out of 5Very good extension ! Very usefull and complete.
One thing is preventing me from using it right now : I'm using container in firefox, and when issuing a new tab with tridactyl, the new tab created is in another container (not the current container, so not next to the current tab) this is a no go just for this little bug ... Can you fix this ?
Developer responseposted 9 months agoWe already have this feature : ) `:set tabopencontainerware true`. You can still open non-container tabs with `:tabopen -c firefox-default`.
Feel free to file an issue on GitHub if you're still stuck.
- by Todamath, 9 months agoRated 5 out of 5The documentation is worse than the features. However the features are pretty good. The only issue is that seemingly randomly it doesn't work on certain websites, including settings pages and my default start page (I'm going to look at fixing that soon). I imagine this is due to technical limitations as another old review had the same issue. You can hackily work around it by using the regular firefox shortcuts though, so if the address bar is ever focused you have to press f6 to get out of it or whatever you need.
My first day using it I was able to browse the web for a few hours without my mouse, with only a few issues. Its impossible for me not to give a 5 star review in light of that.
Developer responseposted 9 months agoYou can also press ctrl-, almost anywhere in the browser to get to somewhere where you can run Tridactyl commands.
We're always keen to hear where our documentation could be improved. Please file an issue if you have any ideas: https://github.com/tridactyl/tridactyl/issues
Thanks for the review!