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not performing as I would expect Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I don't want to give an inaccurate review, so am asking for some help or guidance.
I chose this extension as I wanted to be able to select multiple tabs and, for example, move them to a new firefox window.
This works fine if a new window is already open. Right-click move to new window works perfectly, even if new window is not open.
However, I thought that I would be able to drag a group of tabs to the desktop and that a new window would open for them. This doesn't work though. It only opens/moves the one with the focus.
Also, the automatic pop-up window only works with one tab. If you select, say, 3 tabs, after clicking the 3rd tab, no auto pop-up windows appears.
I am using this with tab mix plus but have turned off CTRL and SHIFT click actions in TMP, to avoid conflicts.
I'm using FF 38.0.5.
Thanks for any assistance.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Neat little add-on. Works exactly as described.
Only issue so far is that I've not worked out how to set the default bookmarks folder to save bookmarks in.
CTRL + D puts a bookmark into the Bookmarks Menu but clicking on the star adds it to Unsorted Bookmarks - you can only change the folder by clicking on the star again and picking another folder.
Thanks for the prompt reply Aris.
Yeah, I've done some more digging and indeed firefox has default behaviours when bookmarking a page. They are as I've described.
There's a useful support.mozilla.org thread on the matter. Look for Cor-el's reply for superb clarity on the subject:
I've tried his recommended add-on (add bookmark here 2) - it achieves the save bookmark behaviour that I want (although I needed to change a couple of settings in the options page). I can now specify a folder to save my bookmarks in (and firefox remembers this location). Just note that you need to uncheck “insert bookmarks to the top of menu” under “miscellaneous”, in order to achieve the original CTRL + D behaviour when clicking on the star.
Thanks btw for the bookmark button tip. I've had to resort to "Classic theme restorer", in order to just have a bookmark button that opens the sidebar alone.
Once again, extensions devs come to the rescue. Thank you all.
perfect fix for FF14 no button outline Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Exactly what I needed after Mozilla decided to 'adjust' the default theme in FF14. I just don't understand why people have to tinker with clean interfaces and make them worse.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (22.214.171.124-signed).
normally pretty good Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This is one of my default extension to add to FF. Much better than native option. Also highly configurable.
However, I'm pretty sure I've found a bug (hence the 4 stars).
No means of contacting author (that I've found), even on new homepage.
Also, "donate" and hosting info is incorrect / needs updating in the About section of add-on.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I always install this add-on. Very convenient and simple to use. A must-have to handle pages created for IE / ActiveX.
Was just wondering how difficult it would be to create a similar one for Chrome?