Valutata 2 su 5di dastraightdope, 2 anni fa
keeps track and saves your search history such that it's easy to look back and find what you were seeking b4. However very annoying as it opens without input from you everytime u open ur browser and then you must close it. Delays your browsing due to this.
- Valutata 1 su 5di LawrenceSan, 17 giorni faInstalling this was an immediate disaster for me. When I tried to save a list of tabs from one window, instead OneTab immediately closed the window, saving nothing, and I lost all the tab locations. It also inserted its own pinned tabs into a few windows that I hadn't even opened, and screwed up a couple of other things. Removed.
- Valutata 4 su 5di LeopardBunny, un mese faFound out why OneTab wasn't working entirely by accident. Still disappointed by the lack of response from the devs. If anyone else has an issue with OneTab not loading, though, try this:
"I'd changed 2 settings in about:config
image.webp.enabled was set to false (default true)
image.http.accept was set to "*/*" where the default was "image/webp,*/*" - all without the quotes"
I found this for a seemingly unrelated problem with YouTube thumbnails not loading, but sure enough it also corrected my OneTab issue. No idea how the settings were changed in the first place.
- Valutata 5 su 5di Utente Firefox 13119159, un mese faPerfect! Does exactly what it's designed to do without a lot of redundant functions that other addons already perform. I use this in tandem with Session Buddy and Tab Wrangler to keep a reign on FF memory usage. This is an excellent feature in addition to them. It's function, quite simply, is to close all tabs (not pinned if you choose), and create a simple list of them all to be easily retrieved. YES, it opens it's own tab for this purpose. So what? One is better than a hundred. Saw that ridiculous complaint in one review. Don't listen to all the one star reviews. Almost all of them have no clue how addons work or their intended purpose. This does precisely what it's supposed to. Period.