Tab X Firefox Extension


If you are having trouble with the new version of the Tab X extension for Mozilla Firefox, it may be related a conflicting feature of to the Focus Last Selected Tab extension. Just disable "enable tabflipping" in the Focus Last Seleted Tab options dialog (see screenshot), and everything should be fixed up nicely.

2 comments:

seshu at: 10:50 PM said...

Hi,

Thank you very much for providing this extension. I want to try out the new version of SeaMonkey nightly build. Can you tell me how to make your extension compatible with this new version (link to the nightly build below). I would really appreciate if you give me any pointers.

http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/seamonkey/nightly/latest-trunk/

Thank You

Aaron Hursman at: 8:28 AM said...

Seshu, I did not build this extension. This post was just a commentary on a conflict between this and another extension. Visit http://clav.mozdev.org/ to contact the author of Tab X for information.

BTW, I no longer use either of these 2 extensions. I only use Tab Mix Plus. It is the best tab customizer for Firefox.

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