par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 15238948 de Firefox, il y a 2 ans
Noté 5 sur 5
Simple Tab Groups is "exactly" what I was looking for to replace the old Tab Group Manager! I delayed upgrading from the old version of Firefox for a long time because I didn't want to lose the ability to group tabs. I tried several other tab managers first, but they didn't do what I wanted. STG is very intuitive, very functional, and easy to learn. I can't say enough good things about it! The only thing it lacks, compared to the old Tab Group Manager, is the ability to resize groups in the "Manage Groups" display, but this is a minor issue, and in some ways the ability to scroll down for additional groups is an improvement over Tab Group Manager, which couldn't scroll and would get very crowded with a lot of tabs and groups.
- par f_batiri, il y a 2 joursNoté 5 sur 5This single extension is the only reason I am not switching to a chromium based browser. True life saver. Right now I have about 830 open tabs in 11 different groups and, thanks to STG, zero trouble handling them. I specially love the hiding other groups idea.
- par Toark, il y a 14 joursNoté 1 sur 5All menus are white text on white backgrounds. Makes it impossible to navigate. May be due to incompatibilities with Dark Reader Extension or Dark background based color scheme.
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 14564543 de Firefox, il y a 17 joursNoté 1 sur 5It's great if you just use one window, but the multi-window behavior is so undesirable that I had to stop using this. The window behavior is nothing like the tab behavior. Here's how it should work. A group should be able to span multiple windows (it can't). When you select a group, it should close any windows that do not contain any tabs within that group. That way, the only tabs you have open across all windows are the tabs in that tab group. This would give behavior that is consistent with tabs. But now there's this half baked solution where you can have a different tab group open in every window and it's even harder to figure out what's going on. The whole point of having multiple windows is so I can look at multiple windows at the same time. Otherwise I would just use tab groups instead of windows! With the current solution, you can't have two windows side by side that make sense with each other. It feels totally random which windows get which tab groups assigned to them. A group is supposed to represent the only things I want to have open at once, which should be able to include multiple side by side windows together in the same group that get opened and closed together when I switch groups.
- par Cycloneblaze, il y a 25 joursNoté 4 sur 5Would be better if the groups were visible in the tab bar rather than being hidden away in a button. But at the same time, much nicer than Sidebery for not taking up half my screen with a sidebar just to use it.
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 13123359 de Firefox, il y a un moisNoté 5 sur 5Works flawlessly! My only complaint would be that it's a little slow to startup on HDD-based systems, and prevents tabs from loading content until it's finished "warming up" (which can take up to 30 seconds)