fx 37 support Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

It's the best extension ever, however the support for fx 37 seems broken for me, like it was some time ago: children of current tab do not open as such, but at the end of the list of all tabs, at root level.

Still my #1 must-install extension Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Having tree style tabs should be a default feature for all browsers. This extension implements it beautifully and all other tab add ons are really unnecessary beyond this one. I regularly use ~100 tabs at a time. This would be a nightmare with any other tab solution but with tree style tabs I can easily manage them, I can see what tabs I have open, how they are related (by opening all Google results in new tabs rather than replacing the current tab it's easy to see how you got to places.).

Highly recommended! This should be easier to add to Firefox by now. This is not experimental, it's quite stable and has been for years!

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Love it Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Very intuitive. Saves a ton of vertical screen space and the app is really well implemented. A+

but some suggestions
- bookmarks integration.
- the auto-hide feature is awesome but the background opacity needs to be a little higher and you can still see the other divider-handle behind the drawer.
- Unpinned tabs get smooshed weirdly. They should just look like the pinned tabs except they expand to fill the width.

Been a happy tree-style tabs user for years! Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

I cannot get by for long without Tree Style Tabs. I open far too many tabs, on a regular basis, to work with them in the default Firefox way. I only wish it was easier to find Tree Style Tab within the Add-Ons site (I struggle searching for it, with every new install of Firefox) or that this functionality was built into Firefox.

Won't go back Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

This is a great way to organize tabs, and the plugin has very intuitive tab switching behavior.

The greatest idea since tabbed browsing Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

This addon is brilliant. It's the ideal addon for the way I use a browser...which is to open upwards of 100 tabs on different topics with the need to easily purge and revisit them as the mood strikes. I was pleasantly surprised to discover how easy it was to read all the tab titles and to shrink groups of them by rolling them up first. I enjoy the Ctrl-Zilda shortcut to switch between groups. My next challenge is to train myself to keep subtopics all in one group. Features I'd wish for: group names show up somewhere,

The performance is not good enough Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

I feel so great when use it with The Fox, Only Better
But It's much slower when loading Firefox with many tabs(Tested with 80+), even with "don't load when not clicked"
That's a big problem for people who always swim in pools of tabs...

Promising, but missing one feature Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

It sure looks promising. Very useful. I just miss one thing; an option to have the tab bar "float" over the actual webpage. All the content on the screen is shifted, so it's not center aligned anymore, which causes strain on eyes and neck, unless you physically move the monitor a bit to the side. You can auto-hide it, but that's not quite what I want.

32.0.3での不具合について Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles




Expanded trees Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Is there a way to set the trees to stay expanded by default?

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middle click on link behavior Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

First I want to say I love this addon. I've been using it for 4 years.

In a newly updated firefox 34.0.5 in Windows 7, middle clicking on a link no longer spawns a child tab but a new indepent tab. I had this problem on my Mac at home, but it resolved itself after restarting the browser. Does anyone have any ideas?

Useful but buggy and a few UI issues Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

I use this everyday so really hope the following would be dealt with:

1) Bug: When "pinning" a tab (right click, choose pin or stick or whatever it says in English version), it does work... but only in the local window. For another window, you see empty "ghost buttons" at top of tabs tree.
2) Bug: More seriously, every now and then the hide/show doesn't function properly. I hide but the tree seems to stay in some kind of transparent way where clicking doesn't work and it is also not possible to unhide again. Can't reproduce this on command tho.
3) UI: I wish it were possible to drag-drop a sub-tree to make it top level. There is some fuctionality for drag-drop to new level, but not fully.
4) UI: I wish it were possible to insert a dragged tab at vertical top, i.e above the topmost tab.

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Simply love it Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

I pretty much keep the default settings and it does what I want it to. I realy enjoy the look and feel of this tab manager. I try to keep my add-ons to a minimum, especially if they are not security related, but this is one that I install on every Firefox installation I use except for my Tor Browser Bundle and I2P. I simply love this add-on. Keep up the good work.

Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

I had an old review of this where I gave it 3 stars and complained about a few things... I want to slap past me. This is the best extension ever. Start using it.

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The best add-on for side (vertical) tabs! Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Simply the best add-on for side tabs in Firefox for now.

I wish the owner to keep working on it, and pass full add-on code review by Mozilla. You're making a great thing, man.

Also it's a pity there is no ability to donate few bucks for it, I've already tried twice.
Thank you for making Free Software!

AWESOME Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

With this addon you can open all and see all the pages do you want

The only reason that I still use Firefox Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

This is the addon that keeps me on Firefox. As with most Firefox updates, Firefox's latest version (34) breaks a few things, one of which is the appearance of non-selected tabs. Add the following to your userChrome.css file to fix it:

tab:not([selected="true"]) {
background-color: #B9B9BD !important;
color: #000000 !important;

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Plain style no longer highlighting the current tab Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Since I upgraded to FF 34.05 and TST 0.15.2014120101, the current tab hasn't been highlighted. Don't know which of those caused the problem.

Fixed it by changing from Plain to Flat style. Don't know what the difference is supposed to be between those two.

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Can't live without it. Well-maintained, useful plugin. Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

The nightlies are always available quickly to address bugs/incompatibilities with new Firefox versions. The extension itself is great, behaves as I'd expect it to in most situations, and is pretty customizable. Great work, and thank you Piro (and contributors)!

Fantastic, but can we get some theme options? Like colors? Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

I use this on every machine I own. It's definitely the best vertical tabs solution currently available on any browser. But for five stars, it needs theme options. I would really like to make the highlighted tabs orange (Ubuntu) instead of blue, for instance.