Multiple Row Tabs
Also missing the close X on inactive tabs. Functional otherwise, and thanks to all who have made this happen.
I apologize for being too lazy to go back through 10 pages of posts, but has the Vivaldi team indicated any plans to make this part of the base product?
@smihaila For Firefox multiple tab rows (works in 109.01) I use https://github.com/Izheil/Quantum-Nox-Firefox-Dark-Full-Theme/releases (follow instructions). or
Or via Chrome folder (not sure if it works now) https://adamfeuer.com/notes/2021/06/06/multiple-rows-of-tabs-in-firefox-89-proton/
@Saved2Serve, wait so the Quantum Nox project is back to life, again? Wow!
Now, after I've got a taste of Tab Mix Plus since about 2 months ago (another projects that has been resuscitated), I am now a Tab Mix Plus fan. I've been having it running successfully, and to my liking for more than 2 months. It's awesome!
One tangential question on TMP: I seem to have some frictions with it, only on corporate IT environments / Windows Active Directory: When I install Firefox 108 or 109 latest, from scratch and then follow all the TMP install instructions, everything works. But only for a couple of days. After a while, Firefox 109.x reports TMP as not signed and disabled by Firefox. And I already have the xpinstall.* firefox settings set to false, to not enforce any add-on code signing.
I'm suspecting it's something from the corporate IT env. Because, if I uninstall Firefox, reinstall it again, and then reinstall TMP, it starts working again.
I've asked the coporate IT, and they swear they aren't pushing any Windows AD Group Policies in regards to Firefox, other than setting a custom home page url, and disabling telemetry settings.
TMP works perfectly fine at home - on both Win7 and Win10.
I only have TMP installed on Waterfox G5.1.2, which works, but use the Izheil version on all my FF portable copies (v. 109) and disable updates via a reg file for a while after getting them all working. Thank God for it all.
(But maybe we should not be using a Vivaldi forum to discuss FF problems.)
One thing I would like is a way to make these tab stacks that I named be more persistent. When I am down to only one tab in a group, currently it loses the "name", and just becomes a tab. I want it to keeps its name.
Does anyone know how to do that? Thanks!
When there are 2 tabs left in the tab stack you add a New tab. Then delete the last one you wanted to delete.
Even better. Get into the habit that every time you name a tab stack you add a New tab, so that you are sure the name will stick.
You can write a Command Chain to do that automatically.
Yes, that is what I am doing now. I want to not need the extra tab open as I have a lot of tabs open already.
Thanks! I just saw that new experimental feature, and even thought of mentioning it here. Yes, that will have huge implications for us tab organizers. I have not looked at it yet. It sounds exciting! Looking forward to it coming out of beta.
Waiting for multi-rows...
@TheAMan006 don't hold your breath