|User since||October 11, 2007|
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Latest update has broken this add-on Rated 1 out of 5 stars
The latest update (20121124 one) seems to have broken this add-on. When it's enabled, pressing the Enter key in the location bar doesn't work any more (nor does clicking on the -> arrow at the end of the bar). The cursor just sits there and nothing gets loaded.
The problem started after this add-on got automatically updated, and it goes away if I disable the add-on.
Hope it can be fixed soon!
Conflict with Tree Style Tab in FF15.0 Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Since upgrading to Firefox 15.0, if the "Tree Style Tab" add-on and Vertical Toolbar are both enabled, then FF crashes on start up (have to use Safe mode to get into FF).
This only started happening since the FF15 upgrade...it was all working fine before. Hope you are able to fix it. Thanks!
This is on Mac Mountain Lion v10.8.1. Cheers
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Agree with a previous commenter...there is a problem with the new version on FF3.5. New tabs are opened one below the current tab (ie not immediately below, but skips over the next tab and opens below that). I'm also running TabMix Plus, so maybe it's related to that? Anyway, it worked fine on the old pre3.5 version, but not now.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7.2009070701).
The auto-hide tree keeps popping up Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I've been a long time user, and tree style tab keeps getting better and better.
However, the last few versions have some problems with the 'auto-hide' feature. I have the tree displayed on the left column, with auto-hide switched on.
What's happening is that when I close a tab (Ctrl-W), the tab window keeps popping up and won't go away unless I click somewhere on the current tab window (I have tried turning off the 'pop-up when closing tab' feature, but no difference).
Also, another problem is sometimes when the tree window is unhidden (if I press Cntrl key or move the cursor near the edge), it causes the current tab to resize by moving the right-hand scroll bar inwards (so overall the display gets narrower and text gets reflowed). It doesn't do this every time though.
Lastly, I think you should add a bug reporting option, as there doesn't seem to be any way to report problems to you, except in these reviews.