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After upgrading to Firefox 3.6, I noticed that there no longer seems to be a way to have tabs all displayed in several rows when there are too many to fit in the window:

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I find it very inconvenient to have to click on the down arrow at the far-right side to go through the list of open tabs.

The TabMixPlus add-on is incompatible with ReloadEvery 3.6.2, so that's not a good solution either.

Does someone know if it's possible to either configure FireFox 3.6 to go back to the previous way of displaying multiple tabs, or if there's an add-on that's compatible with ReloadEvery that would do the trick?


Edit: The solution if you need support for both multiple-row tabs + being able to reload one of the tabs automatically every so often, is to just use TabMixPlus, which does both and is compatible with Firefox 3.6.

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TabMixPlus is also able to reload tabs automatically. Right click on tab and select "Reload tab every...". Is this not what you want? –  dogbane Mar 18 '10 at 13:23
    
Thanks. I didn't know TabMixPlus could be told to reload a given tab/document every so often. Problem solved. –  OverTheRainbow Mar 18 '10 at 17:10
    
possible duplicate: superuser.com/questions/42392/firefox-multi-row-tab-bar –  wilson Oct 22 '10 at 2:14

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You can try the TooManyTabs add-on.

TooManyTabs allows you to store as many tabs as you like by adding extra rows in the Firefox! It saves your browser's space and memory as idle tabs are put aside. The extra rows also help to better prioritize and visualize your tabs.

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Have you tried with TabKit ? also I think that you'll have to take a look at this solution. Hope this helps.

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