Did you know you can ctrl/shift-click to select multiple tabs in Firefox?
You can then move them around or reload all of the select tabs easily.
@fribbledom I knew that.
@fribbledom :O !!!!!
@fribbledom Didn't quite know this. Vivaldi can do this too, cool. Not that I have a need for that tho, but cool nonetheless. :)
@fribbledom after adjusting to Tree Style Tabs extension and cleaning up the appearance of the horizontal tabs with userChrome.css hacks, I can't really go back.
Tabs just automatically open up from other tabs into directories of their own.
You have to get used to viewing tabs in your sidebar, but once you do... its pretty life changing.
Love that extension. Except: Sometimesnit malfunctions for me. Doesn't load, or tabs "stick" to the mouse pointer, so I drag them about by accident. Reordering sometimes needs a very steady hand, too. Otherwise, it's even better than Vivaldi's tab groups. This should be the default way of handling tabbed browsing.
That's fine for me, to -- most of the time.
Sometimes, when I navigate a site, I'll open several pages from the main landing page, however, and then discover other relevant bits from one of those pages, whose content may not be related to the page from which I opened them. I might even end up with a very long "staircase" of tabs which become hard to deal with. That's when I reorder, and that's when the the UI shows its weakness. Still better than linear tabs of course.
@Mr_Teatime yeah, its definitely a solution that brings up a lot of issues.
@fribbledom Huh. I wonder when they changed that. IIRC Ctrl+Click used to work as a Middle-click or similar in ages past.
@fribbledom Yes. Yes I did.
Should have told us!
@fribbledom My bad!
@fribbledom Huh. Til.
@fribbledom and did you know you can place the favorite's bar inline with the tabs?
One more vote for Tree Style Tab
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