October 25, 2004
Firefox 'remember tabs'-feature?

I preached some Firefox/Adblock messages over the weekend, and a friend of mine is testing it alongside his current favourite, Opera.

He's asked me this question, and I'm sure there's an answer (but I don't know it):

In Firefox, is there an extension or option that allows it to remember all your tabs between sessions (i.e. opening up all the same tabs that were open when you closed the browser?) like Opera does? I'm using this as a mini to do list at the moment and I've become addicted to the feature
So the challenge goes to anyone in the Spread Firefox-community: surely this exists?

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sessionsaver from http://texturizer.net/firefox/extensions/#sessionsaver
works pretty well for me.

Posted by: thom on October 25, 2004 05:50 PM

Tabbrowser Extensions will allow you to do everything you ever wanted to do (well, almost everything) with Firefox tabs, including saving them between sessions:


However, lately I've been having a bit of trouble with getting my tabsessions loaded properly at start-up (with FF1.0 preview and the latest Tabbrowser extensions). I'm hoping this will be fixed, at least there are frequent updates to the Tab Extensions.

Posted by: Frank on October 25, 2004 11:18 PM

Undoclosetab (http://extensionroom.mozdev.org/more-info/undoclosetab) might be useful for your friend.

Posted by: codey on October 26, 2004 11:38 AM

I'd go with Frank on recomending Tabbrowser Extensions as doing what your friend wants (and more)

Posted by: Ash Berlin on October 26, 2004 06:28 PM

Tabbrowser for sure is a better choice as it DOES have more features.

Posted by: Joe on October 26, 2004 08:46 PM

If you don't feel like loading extensions, simply hit Ctrl-D and select "Bookmark all tabs in a folder". You'll need to have at least two tabs open for the checkbox to be displayed. Then, when restoring it, peel it out from the bookmarks as normal--there'll be an "Open in tabs" option.

Posted by: Paul M on November 4, 2004 05:53 PM
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