@taufik.mukti Yes, I'm using the latest snapshot. But Data Saver seemed to be working for me on previous snapshots as well.
@mdwelsh How can I confirm whether it is or isn't working for me, then? The "Data Savings" field in Data Saver isn't at 0 and things tend to load more slowly for me (as expected) when I have the extension enabled vs when I have it disabled.
the extensions that do the same are being abandoned because Firefox will change in version 57
The current plan of both Tree Style Tabs and Vertical Tabs Reloaded is to convert to WebExtensions for continued compatibility. The roadmap issue and the other project support pages do not mention any plans for abandonment at this time... https://github.com/piroor/treestyletab/issues/1224
@kroppy I just installed so don't have much constructive to say, besides that you've done a very impressive job already ^^ I've been using vertical/hierarchical tabs since the abandoned projects that inspired TST, and I can't picture interacting with web pages without it. Thanks so much for looking out for us
That is good news. People that like my extension will stay with mine, those who will want to go back to TST will go back. I wonder if piroor started to work on it already. It just feels like there is still a lot of time, but actually time flies fast. And TST is huge!
@Werkaster It's because I use it in Google Chrome and also added it to Vivaldi, it has other options (three Vivaldi already have), recent tabs closed and as you said, f2 shows the tabs open and also searches the bookmarks.
I use this extension because it has everything I want in one place, and because it also has an option to show the number of open tabs and search the history and search favorites (which is useful for Chrome). Vivaldi does not need, in fact it pro Vivaldi only has two functionalities, search in the history (what I hardly do, because I use the web panel to do this), and count the number of open tabs.
In Chrome it has a lot of functionality, not Vivaldi, because Vivaldi is full of native functions! And this is very good!
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Hello, I just swiched again to vivaldi after a couple of years and I remembered why I stopped use it. It was this bug with x-notifier. The problem is that instead to open the menu with email accounts it just rescan for new mails. This behaviour happens only in vivaldi. I've tried other chromium based browsers, as slimjet, which don't have this issue with this addon. So, is there any chance to have a fix for this?
It's three months later. Under Mac OS X 10.12.4, and operating Vivaldi v.1.9.818.50, this problem persists. Any attempt to login to Evernote Web Clipper causes Vivaldi to crash. Re-installing the extension does not correct the problem. Logging in to Evernote via Google is not an acceptable solution.