Se valoró con 1 de 5por Music, el hace un año
Not working at all since Version 0.6.2. Have to revert to 5.0 to fix as other review mentioned. Once this issue is fixed on current version rating will improve.
- Se valoró con 3 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 15121920, el hace 12 díasWhile this does work, unfortunately the option to disable tab discarding while using an AC power source doesn't work. (the option is greyed out on 2 machines)
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 15238948, el hace 2 mesesThis is exactly what I've been wanting! I've been fighting the Firefox memory hog for much too long, needing to close and restart Firefox multiple times per day. The built-in tab unload options didn't seem to do anything, or maybe not enough. It took me just one day using Auto Tab Discard to get in the habit of whenever I'm finished with a tab but don't want to close it, I right click on the tab, click Auto Tab Discard, and Discard Tab. That keeps my memory usage at bay. I also keep an about:unloads tab open and periodically check to see if I should manually unload a tab that I missed. Unfortunately, you can only unload from the top down, not selectively. But in combination with Auto Tab Discard, I now have no reason to abandon Firefox, which I was thinking of doing. Firefox REALLY needs to have a native way to control memory usage that actually works! (Note: I also use the Simple Tab Groups extension and keep dozens of tabs available for easy access, so Auto Tab Discard works great with Simple Tab Groups.)
- Se valoró con 2 de 5por Kathy, el hace 2 mesesI used to love this tab add on but now all these little windows open up on the bottom of Firefox. Why? I do not like that. I used to be able to click on the Firefox icon to open it back up on the bottom of the screen but cannot do that now.
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por VOIIIXI, el hace 2 mesesGreat add-on to suspend tabs and put them to sleep to save memory, manually and automatically. The only issue is I wish there was an option to not auto load the tabs when I view them. There should be a blank page with the title of the tab written on it, and you only load and view the page when you click on the blank page