Posted: 03 Sep 2009 08:19 AM PDT
Want to get quick and easy access to the history for one specific tab? The Tab History Menu add-on for Firefox adds that ability to your Firefox browser.
By introducing this feature into the browser, for those minimal theme users, you can ditch the backward and forward browsing buttons in your navigation toolbar arrangement. Via the options, you can set it to display the current page title in history menu if the current tab hasn't had history yet, and also disable the history popup when the the Shift, Ctrl, or Alt keys are being pressed.
With the Tab History Menu extension installed, you can cut down on your browser's navigation clutter or get one more way to browse your history. It is a great addition to Firefox, no matter what way you use it.Add me on Twitter! Come follow my daily antics, links, tips and more @mitchkeeler on Twitter!
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