|User since||June 19, 2008|
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Not restarting in FF22 Rated 3 out of 5 stars
It was working when I was using FF19. Jumped to FF22 and it's not working now.
Conflicts with Session Manager Rated 3 out of 5 stars
When using with Session Manager 0.8.0.7, the pinned tabs were re-loaded with problems at FF (version 19.0.2) start up.
- some pinned tabs are missing
- some pinned tabs are duplicated
Tab Utilities Lite works fine with Session Manager. But it doesn't work in FF 20+. That's the reason I stayed in FF 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
A very useful add-on.
Just noticed a minor bug recently. I am using Session Manager 0.7.9 together with this add-on. I have these two options (among a few others) enabled:
- Add menu to panorama button
- Replace panorama button
With the Session Manager add-on enabled, I noticed just recently that the TabGroups Menu add-on does not start up (i.e. no drop-down button showing-up next to the panorama button) when I launch Firefox (was using 12, now 13). I had to disable and re-enable the TabGroups Menu add-on to get it working.
If I disable the Session Manager add-on, the TabGroups Menu add-on works as expected.
Further testing show that when I have the following settings enabled in the Session Manager, it interferes with the TabGroups Menu add-on:
- Startup & Shutdown section
- Prompt for a session
- Pre-select previous session
It looks like whenever the Session Manager dialog box is displayed at the beginning, prompting to select a session, the TabGroups Menu stopped working until a disable/re-enable of the add-on is performed. If I choose use the "Select Session" option and set to auto-load a session, i.e. no dialog box appeared, the TabGroups Menu add-on started without any issue.
Conflict with NoScript Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Has its potential, but I had to uninstall it, because it conflicts with NoScript.
When I have both extensions installed, it forced the NoScript to "Allow Script Globally", which I consider dangerous. I have not tried un-checking the "Allow Scripts" option in the Policy Manager though.
Found a fix for Child Auto-Indentation failure Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Found a "fix" for the problem of child auto-indentation failed after installing Tab Mix Plus.
In Tab Mix Plus options, go to Links. Change the "Force to open in new tab" setting to "Nothing"
The child auto-indentation is back!
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
One glitch, after releasing the Alt key, it jumped to the menu bar (i.e. File Edit...). Has to click the Alt again to go back to browsing.