|User since||December 25, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Always Amazing, except, now not compatinle will process separation Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is the one add-on I always install. My regret is not writing a review for so long.
This is an extraordinarily useful add-on. It's simple, does what it sets out to do and claims, works reliably.
The hotkey used is perfectly mapped, definitely for me, I suspect probably for most.
The ability to remap the key would be nice addition, but I am happy with this the way it is.
My only fear is that it hasn't been updated since 2014 (and it didn't need to). But I fear if the developer has abandoned it and it will never see multi-process support (or marked as compatible, so I don't have to force enable multi-process architecture.
Thank you, firesofmay!
Extremely useful and works great. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
As the title says. My only complaint is that the text of the last entry in the options menu, (Middle Click one) is cut off horizontally, so I can't read it.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Pretty great for powerusers and web researchers especially. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Can't believe no one has reviewed this yet.
This is a great addon, I have been using it for > 1 yr.
I open and keep a lot of tabs. Sometimes I want to run a new search or open a site, but they are both related to what I am currently looking at, and so I want the new tab to open next to the current one.
Other times when I open a new tab, it is because I am doing something unrelated to what I was just looking at, which is when I want a new tab at the end.
I have found addons that did one or the other, both mapping open new tab to Ctrl+T, which meant I could install only one.
But this one gives me the flexibility to do either one, depending on what I want. Ctrl+T for Open Tab next to Current one, and your own shortcut to open it at the end.
Works like a charm, and eases my workflow.
The only aspects that I wish could be different are:
1) Opening a New Tab at the End does not load about:newtabs, like it does on Ctrl+T, so I can not just click on my frequently used website.
2) The default Open New Tab at the End shortcut is punishment, so I have remapped it to Ctrl+`.
In any case, thank you for making this. I am very grateful.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It's generally pretty good. However, it seems to break Switch to Tabs functionality. In line with that, already open tabs matching the criteria are not listed at the top.
Other than this one issue, I love it.
Where were you?! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Excellent! Fixes my computer slowing down problem, given my surfing habits end up with 50+tabs open. This works much much better than the other alternatives I have tried in the past. It keeps the memory load ridiculously low, yet loads the tab quickly when clicked and unloads it quicker! It is still buggy (session loss) as was warned. Hoping it'll be fixed soon, but I love this. Also, Alt+Enter from the location bar no longer works.
About time! Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Been waiting for this one since forever!
Update: Seems unable to flip from a gmail tab.