I have one more Firefox 3.6 about:config tip up my sleeve. By toggling one setting, you can go from having a drop down list of tabs to a thumb-nailed view of each tab that is open.
Here is how you too can enable this secret Firefox 3.6 feature.
How to Enable the Tab Preview Menu Button
- Type about:config in the address bar. Then, if needed click the “I’ll be careful, I promise!” button.
- Next, in the filter box – type in:
- Right-click that about:config entry, and select “Toggle”
This will change it from false, to true. You could take the same steps to disable it too. Now when you click that icon with the four tiny squares, you will get a visually prettier way to check out all your tabs.
Also once this has been enabled, you can use the keyboard combination:
Shift + Ctrl + Tab
To get the same tab previews, just without the button clicking.