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|User since||April 5, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Excellent! I used duplicate tab in IE all of the time, but was forced away from IE9 by the loss of the search box (the combined search/URL box is very inconvenient).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2).
Very helpful. I like the color. It isn't beautiful, but it really provides a solid, visual landmark.
This seems to do the trick ... what a relief. Unnecessary actions repeated endlessly (such as clicking the Home button for each tab) are really frustrating to me. Thanks for this!
I frequently used cntrl-D to duplicate tab contents in IE. When I get knee-deep into a website and find part of the answer, I duplicate the tab. This allows me to keep a tab open to an area that I want to study while continuing my search deeper into the website in a new tab. While this add-on at least allows me to have Wikipedia, for example, open in more than one tab, I still have to cut and paste URL's switching back and fourth between tabs ... very inconvenient. I spend a great deal of time almost every day doing research and using cntrl-D. I was forced from IE9 by the lost of the search box. I cannot edit and re-use search terms since the terms are replaced by the visited URL ... a similar problem. Please add this ability to the contextual popup menu for tabs. And thanks for providing this add-on even without the duplicate function.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.0.1).