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  1. Always leave one non-pinned tab open

    When not using pinned app tabs, it is possible to always leave one tab open. When closing this last tab, it stays open but changes to what you have defined as "load in new tab".

    When using pinned tabs, and the last non-pinned tab is closed, I would like this non-pinned tab to also stay open and change to what is specified as "load as new tab", rather than closing and just leaving the pinned tabs.

    In other words, I would like to always have one non-pinned tab open in addition to whatever tabs are pinned.

    Thanks for considering.

    10 votes
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    • Make the statusbar buttons into toolbar buttons

      This allows us to move them wherever we want them.
      Moreover, their corresponding show/hide checkboxes wont be needed anymore.

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      • When closing window with last tab, switch to a new tab before closing

        When closing window with last tab, switch to a blank tab before closing.
        Otherwise the browser remembers the session and restores it after the next startup. (last closed tab, which is no needed).

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        • 6 votes
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          • 3 votes
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            • Open new tab after last tab, except if your current tab is part of a stack

              Normally, if I open a new tab, I prefer loading the new tab at the right end of the tab bar. If I have some tabs stacked, it would be great opening the new tab at the end of the current stack.

              Another approach would be to have different shortcuts for loading a new tab at the right end and loading a new tab directly after the current tab.
              The smartest way would be both: An optional auto-detection mode, when to load a new tab, if the current tab is inside a stack or not; and different shortcuts to load…

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              • memorize tab loading status when shut down FF

                When Firefox shut down, keep in memory which Tab was loaded, which one was unloaded, so that when you restart Firefox, it automatically restore all the Tabs exactly as it was before, and not all unloaded as it is now.

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                • New tabs are always opened in the current stack

                  Currently, if the current tab is stacked, opening a new tab via CTRL+t, middle clicking a bookmark, etc opens the new tab outside of the stack instead of beside the current tab. For me, the current behavior results in disorganized tabs and is not very useful.

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