I see… it is in the help and the rest are also in minutes, that is why it starts from 6 since 1-5 is already in the context-menu.
That is possible but you know the problem of inserting prompt via tabs.executeScript() (doesnt work everywhere and we end of with users complaining why it doesnt) and panel type window doest work when I tested.
Sadly yes … Once new context-menu items are added, due to the nature of customisable context0menu, I didnt find a quick and reliable way to keep all the changes in the context-menu, so in this instance, the context-menu preferences are reverted to default.
In future, I will try to find a way to keep user context-menu preference, if new items are added.
I’m trying to use FoxyTab on FF 58.0.1 on Win7 Pro x64 with Tab Session Manager and Tree Style Tab (the only add-ons I’ve installed so far in FF 58). I’ve installed and configured FT twice, but the menu never shows up on the tab context menu.
Is there a known conflict with either TSM or TST? If so, is there a work-around?
The prompt is built-in into the add-on and has nothing to do with Firefox preferences. It is there to avoid accidental closing of many tabs which can happen if the wrong menu is clicked. It is the same behaviour as Firefox’s built-in “Close Tabs to the Right”. Have you disabled that? Where?
First, I apologize if I’m not posting in the correct thread.
I’m having trouble with FoxyTab. Prior to about 4 hours ago, FoxyTab functions were showing up in the Firefox context menu. My version of FF is 58.0.2 (64-bit). I needed to reboot, but after doing so FoxyTab’s context menu items are no longer showing up.
I’m testing a number of tab managers, so maybe there’s a conflict with one of them? Although, FoxyTab has been running perfectly alongside the other tab manager addons I have perfectly since I first installed it.
I have Tree Style Tab installed as well with the upper tab bar hidden. Can FoxyTab be added to the context menu when right clicking on the page itself? It’s sort of useless with TST (I’ll keep TST, way more horizontal room than vertical without it!).
Tree Style Tab has context menus in both the tab tree click and in the click on page context menu. I cannot find any foxytab options in either place, only the add on badge/counter at top.
Is there a workaround I need to do to get it to show up on a right click in ‘content area’ of page, such as middle of screen, be in the menu there?
Hi, is it possible to have similar functionality as in Tab Badge extension? Is there any WebExtensions API to modify the icons of individual tabs based on its title?
If not, maybe having a button with number on toolbar for defined sites/tabs?
I understand the window for TST are virtual tabs. My question was could FoxyTabs be added to the context menu when clicking in the page display area? Tree Style Tab puts options there (same menu as view source, search tool / context addons, forward, back, other addon menus, etc), the way the TreeStyleTab menu is added in the context menu. I was hoping FoxyTab could also add their menu that pops up on the tab bar to also pop up on the context menu so it would work when the upper tab bar is hidden.
Each context-menu receives data from Firefox that add-ons use for their operation.
The data that is given to the content-menu on clicking tab, relates to Tab (such as ID, index etc). These are not available when clicking on the page, and vice versa, data given to page context-menu is not available when clicking the tab.
Some of them (not all) can be generated manually but that adds a lot of resources usage.
FoxyTab is just AWESOME! Thank you. Could we have an option to double-click the tab to execute an action, for example de-duplicate? -OR- Could we have the option to add an action to the default tab context menu?