|User since||June 29, 2010|
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Tab Kit more important than latest FF Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I rely on Tab Kit 2nd Edition enough that when it was badly broken by FF version 45, I rolled back to 44.0.2 (in which Tab Kit works fine).
Have tested FF 45.0.1, & it's no better. I'll wait for a fix.
Thanks to Pikachu for the single best browser utility ever.
Documentation would be nice, but worth the gamble. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I still have no clue how this tool works, but am glad I heeded the great reviews here. I ran the full kit [after backing up], & this add-on solved an intolerable problem.
[Also glad I ignored all the advice--including some from Mozilla--suggesting users worry about too many bookmarks, how deeply they're nested, etc. Rubbish. What's the point of a fast PC w/ample RAM if you can't count on it to remember all the stuff you need?]
PLEASE don't abandon TabKit! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
After years of using FireFox exclusively, I still find Tab Kit the only add-on that's truly ESSENTIAL.
Just saw that you're starting a new job. Congrats...but I wish you'd allow users to send contributions so you it would be worthwhile for you to continue development. I pledge $20 right now!
[BTW--the bookmark group feature stopped working w/FF 14...]
Thanks for reviving the only add-on I can't live without. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I tried other tab management systems when original TabKit went dormant; nothing came close to the utility & ease-of-use. The new addition has all that + is more stable. Many thanks!
p.s. the only thing missing is the bookmark group feature...& I know that's due to return shortly.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Outstanding. Great flexibility in feature selection & bar placement. No complaints.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (188.8.131.52-signed.1-signed).
I pledge $10 for new version Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Add me to list of those who won't upgrade to FF4 without Tab Kit.
I wish the developer would open a Kickstarter project to see how much cash he could secure in advance to support his work.