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Usefull and annoying Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Good idea, but it's very annoying that I never know whether the find toolbar is open or closed. I often press CTRL-F to find out that I've just closed the dialog.
I suggest to modify the behaviour a little, so that the find toolbar is closed only when pressing CTRL-F twice.
I actually implemented the modification, you can find it in the forums when searching for "toggle find bar".
Great, and working again in FF18 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I've created a fix for FF18, but I have problems publishing a link to the fix here. So, if you're interested, look in the forums for "FavLoc for FF18".
Problems in FF17 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great plugin, but in FF17 it stopped working correctly. Now, tabs re-arrangement sometimes causes invisible tabs or tabs that cannot be closed. FF restart fixes this temporarily (until another tabs re-arrangement). Yunobu2 already reported this below (in Japanese ;-) ).
By "re-arrangement" I mean changing order of tabs within a tab-group using the mouse. I have lots of tab-groups with lots of tabs inside. When drawing a tab into another position, the tab usually either suddenly disappears leaving empty space in the tab-bar, or it shows itself over other existing tabs in the tab-bar. Since this moment, all other tabs being re-arranged behave the same, and often the tabs at the end of the tab-bar cannot be closed (right click displays menu as if there was no tab below the cursor).
The support site does not work, so I'm reporting this problem here.
Worse than before Rated 3 out of 5 stars
The version 1.6.1 is definitely a step back. Options that were working once, are now not available. In particular, there is no way you can edit sub-cathegories, or programmatically filter resulting documents. In version 1.5 this was working. Something can be set by manually editing dtipSites.json file, but not everything.
Once this was a good add-on...
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
TMT is not suitable for working with named tab rows like with topically grouped tabs. This is because it treats the FF tab bar differently then the TMT tab rows. In particular, TMT doesn't allow to switch content of the tab bar with selected tab row easily.
Instead, TMT works with tab rows rather like with bookmark folders - tabs are hibernated in tab rows, and to activate them, you have to move them to the tab bar. For topically grouped tabs, TabGroups Manager is much more suitable.