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|User since||March 4, 2008|
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I didn't expect duplicate icon bug to be fixed, but I'm glad it was. Thanks, ArikV.
Nice idea except that the Back to Google icon is inserted into the navigation bar every time the browser starts up, even if you remove it or move it else where. If you move it else where you'll end up with two icons. You'll have one in the new location and the other in the navigation bar where it keep on reinserting itself. If it weren't for this, I'd give it four stars.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1).
Very nice. Since I like to browse using the keyboard, this lets me access the tabs I want quickly. A couple of minor issues that I have with the extension is that it clashes with "Highlight all" (alt+a) of the Find Bar. I have to press alt again to deselect the menu bar. The other one is that the Numeric Keyboard Shortcuts only allow you to select tabs 1-10. If you were able to select the full rage of tabs, it would make it quicker to select the tab you want when multiple tabs share the first letter of their title.
It does what it says. Also, if you highlight part of the url and then select the action, it will open the part you have highlighted.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3).
I've been using this ever since I upgraded to Firefox 2 and my previous tab managing extension no longer worked. Although, at times I'd like to have multiple tab rows like my old extension provided, I do prefer the increased screen real estate that managing your tabs this way provides.
A minor complaint I have is the small gap of space below the right tab scroll button and the list all tabs button using this extension causes. Looking at one of the screenshots for this extension I see that there is a firefox theme that addresses this (possibly one of Frank's). It would be nice is more theme creators did the same.