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Extension like Tab Mix Plus, for FF 57

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jnelsoninjax    9,211

I really liked tab mix plus in the previous versions of Firefox, but with the newest version it is no longer supported, and does not appear that it will be updated. I am trying to find an equivalent extension for version 57. If anybody happens to have run across one, please let me know!

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eisneun    2

they are working on a compatible TMP version but it will be a while.

http://tabmixplus.org/support/troubleshooting/data/legacy-tabmix.html

like this notice from the author says, you can run Fx nightly or ESR and still use the legacy version.

here are some tab add-ons that may handle some of the functions of TMP:

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/collections/mozilla/tab-organizers/

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jnelsoninjax    9,211
2 hours ago, eisneun said:

they are working on a compatible TMP version but it will be a while.

http://tabmixplus.org/support/troubleshooting/data/legacy-tabmix.html

like this notice from the author says, you can run Fx nightly or ESR and still use the legacy version.

here are some tab add-ons that may handle some of the functions of TMP:

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/collections/mozilla/tab-organizers/

Thanks for the heads up, I've checked all the tab organizers and none offer what I need, which is to always open new links in new tabs, which is the biggest feature I miss right now!

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eisneun    2

you can middle click or ctrl+click on links to open in new tabs.

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jnelsoninjax    9,211
On 11/16/2017 at 11:01 PM, eisneun said:

you can middle click or ctrl+click on links to open in new tabs.

I know, but I grew accustomed to not having to remember that step!

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