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After reading https://github.com/ktakayama/faviconizetab/pull/14 and unpacking (after renaming to .zip) the faviconizetab.xpi downloaded from here , I modified content\faviconizetab.js as follows:
1. in function "enable" :
* if(this.session) this.session.setTabValue(tab, 'faviconized', true);
if(this.session) this.session.setTabValue(tab, 'faviconized', '1');
2. in function "restore" :
* if(faviconize.session.getTabValue(tab, 'faviconized'))
if(faviconize.session.getTabValue(tab, 'faviconized') == '1')
3. set install.rdf to version 126.96.36.199 and maxversion 37.*
4. packed whole extracted folder to faviconizetab.188.8.131.52.zip and renamed it to .xpi
5. installed modified package in FF
No more error messages in browser console and "move to new tab" works again,
The FF default entry "open link in duplicate tab" does not work but addon "DuplicateTab" works.
Maybe someone with JS knowledge may to review this fix...
This is one of my most used add-ons. But since FF 33, it blocks the function "move tab to new window". A new window is opened but empty and the original tab cannot be closed anymore except by closing the whole browser windows
Very cool. After updating Firefox to 31, the right "x" (browser.tabs.closeButtons=3) was lost. After installing this add-on, the button was back - without Firefox restart.
After many tears about the old Download Statusbar, I'm happy again.
In my opinion it is a usable replacement
Many thanks to Empatojayos, would not live without that little tool