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|User since||February 10, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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I'm taking away a star because, like many of the 1-star reviewers, I installed it an nothing.. happened... no clue how to view the graphs were available on the web pages.
I finally noticed the tiny little widget in the bottom left corner of the Firefox window, clicked on it, and Shazam! There it was.
Mentioning this somewhere in the documentation, rather than having users play "Adventure Game" looking for it, would be a nice addition.
Some problems people are seeing may be a conflict with the "Collusion" add-on.
Tree Style Tabs is essential to me. So, when I started seeing the "stacking new tabs unusably on top of others" behavior, I wasn't happy. But, since it started happening right after I installed Collusion, I tried disabling that plugin. When I did, the problem got a little better. I completely un-installed it, and that didn't help, but when I re-installed Tree Style Tabs, it looks like everything is back to normal.
I wish I could use Collusion, but it's a "fun for a bit" sort of thing, whereas Tree Style Tabs is vital, need it every day functionality.
(Note: This is on Linux.)
I've been using Piro's "Tree Style Tab" for years, and have been very happy with it. This plugin contains one bit of functionality that used to be in Tree Style Tab, but has now been moved to a separate plugin.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.1.2010121601).