Links that are opened in new tabs (and optionally in new windows) retain the “back” (session) history from the parent window.
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What does Tab Sweeper do? It closes unused tabs after bookmarking all URI’s from their history. Idle time is aggregated across sessions while the browser is actively used (mouse/keyboard events occur). Selecting a tab resets its counter.
dMTabCounter is an instantaneous tab counter. Allows you to check out how many tabs you have opened in any moment.
How many times you have felt a need to open same webpage in new tab so that you can view two things of it simultaneously.
When switching between multiple tabs, often there is a situation when you forget which tab you were before switching to the other one. This small extension solves this problem by highlighting the previous tab.
Tab Colors is a basic add-on for Firefox that allows you to specify background colors for your tabs. Sometimes when you color code things, it makes them easier to work with. You know the green tab is the tab for your social stuff. You know the blue tab is the tab for your work project. This add-on is really great.
TabFlasher makes the taskbar icon/window button upon activity in a pinned tab.
Whenever you find yourself with too many tabs, click the OneTab icon to convert all of your tabs into a list. When you need to access the tabs again, you can either restore them individually or all at once.
Gives you a list of tabs in Most Recently Used (MRU) order. Triggered by Ctrl-Tab.
Toolbar buttons to move back and forward in the tab list like the Ctrl pgup / pgdn shortcuts. Also close next / previous tab with Right-click, and Middle-click makes them custom new tab buttons.