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|User since||August 15, 2010|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Since I upgraded to FF 34.05 and TST 0.15.2014120101, the current tab hasn't been highlighted. Don't know which of those caused the problem.
Fixed it by changing from Plain to Flat style. Don't know what the difference is supposed to be between those two.
The Add On bar's gone. How can I get at the search box now?This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Why does this add-on hide all text in italics tags? Otherwise does a good job.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206-signed).
Used it for a few weeks now after having to abandon Tab Kit for FF version compatibility reasons. I think I prefer it.
Hated the auto expanding and collapsing of trees at first but now I find it's made my tab bar neater, so I'm putting up with it.
Control+T adds tab as sibling, which is really handy.
FF 6.0.2, TST 0.12.2011061701, ST 1.9.1I finally worked out I can make the status bar appear in Firefox 6 with control+/, but the search simply doesn't work with Tree Style Tab.Later edit: Yes it works fine. I didn't realise it only searches forward from the current tab, and not from the first tab. there were no more matching tabs beyond the one I was on, so it did nothing. I think it would be improved by havng it start at the first tab, or cycling around to the first tab after the last match is found, or at least displaying a warning.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11-signed).
I'm using this with Tab Kit, which displays the tabs vertically. Working ok so far, and very useful for navigating between dozens of tabs, even without the shortcuts. Not using the colours because Tab Kit does colours for me.
Tab Kit v0.6
If the URL in the address bar is highlighted (shortcut for that is F6), pressing Alt+Enter will duplicate it. There's no need for that part of this add-on, it's built in. I haven't used the other features, but they sound useful.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.1).