5 段階中 4.6 の評価
5 段階中 4.6 の評価
- Firefox ユーザー 5974554 によるレビュー (2日前)5 段階中 3 の評価Is there a way to merge only 2 or 3 windows vs. "all"?
I never use this addon, as I really don't seem to otherwise have a use of it.
It SEEMS like it can configure things, but I see what's lacking for my use.
However, as Firefox, Waterfox, etc. keep changing and eliminating their features, I'm finding the need for more and more addons - that don't exist.
- sivulabill によるレビュー (3ヶ月前)5 段階中 5 の評価I discovered FoxyTab on 6/24/2020. I especially like the ability to copy all (in the "current" window of FireFox) URLs, or all URLs/Webpage-Titles, to the clipboard, and then paste them (manually) into a file for documentation/future-use. I use Vertigo Tabs to display information on left margin of screen (for approximately 40 tabs viewable at once on my 28" monitor). I run Windows Task Manager all the time (to gauge my RAM usage) and I tend to have 4-10 windows open; sometimes enough open tabs to slow, or even crash either FireFox or the entire computer. By gaining the ability to copy all of one window's URLs, and then close that window, I can probably better avoid some crashes. What might help even more, would be the ability to use these saved-tabs later (on the clipboard) to simultaneously re-open the same URL-tabs (I submitted a "FoxyTab Issue").
Then I could also, in a fairly simple way, open multiple windows where each has different URLs/tabs.
Also, currently I have installed "FireFox Portable 2nd Profile 2.0 App", which allows me to have multiple "iterations" of Firefox Portable. I.e., when I terminate a particular "iteration" of Firefox, all the then-current windows and tabs can be (are, in my case) preserved to be restored when I next execute that particular "iteration."
IFF FoxyTab could simultaneously re-open multiple-URL-tabs (from the clipboard), I could optionally STOP using "Firefox Portable 2nd Profile 2.0 App, and simply create a "backup tabs file" for each window of what is now an iteration, and the totality of those backed-up tabs/windows would represent the equivalent of what is now a FireFox iteration. Plus, I could mix-and-match "windows" (of what currently are in fixed relationships due to the different iterations.)