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  • @bloopernova
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    267 months ago

    Tree Style Tab also lets you bookmark whole trees. I’m often jumping between different coding languages, or different areas of DevOps on a weekly basis, and tree bookmarks help. I can “file away” a bunch of research and load it all back later, and still have the tree! Very useful for context switching.

      • @bloopernova
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        27 months ago

        No I haven’t, but I’m intrigued!

      • aubertlone
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        17 months ago

        I have and it’s great.

        Also, unlike a lot of people I just delete vast swathes of my tabs from time to time.

        Let’s be honest, you didn’t need it and I didn’t need it.

        But I’m still gad I can go back to a random tab from a week ago from a session I had closed out of

    • SuperDuper
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      57 months ago

      Tree style tabs on it’s own just sounds like it would be enabling my tab-hoarding tendencies. But bookmarking entire trees of tabs is too good to pass up.

    • @[email protected]
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      7 months ago

      Though loading the saved tree do only from sidebar (ctrl+b). Loading from bookmarks window is bugged, undoes trees upon loading.