ctrl+tab preview button?

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ctrl+tab preview button?

Unread post by RiskyRaccoon » 2017-11-10, 11:21

Hello! I'm new to Pale Moon and I'm liking it so far.

I realize that in order to use ctrl+tab and ctrl+shift+tab to switch between tabs is done by setting browser.ctrlTab.previews to false. However, is there a way to have a button that makes it pop up in my navigation bar? It seems like a useful feature, I just don't want it cramping my keyboard shortcut. Thanks!!

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Re: ctrl+tab preview button?

Unread post by Moonchild » 2017-11-10, 12:16

If you look at the right of the tab bar you'll have a button that will open the tab preview pane. Please do note that this is only available when you have tab previews enabled.
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Re: ctrl+tab preview button?

Unread post by Pale Moon Rising » 2017-11-10, 16:52

Also with browser.ctrlTab.previews set to default true you get the same result as the "List all tabs" button located in the upper-right area of the tab bar by using ctrl + tab or shift+tab to navigate to the button pointed out in the screen-shot below and selecting that button "show all tabs" (in this case "74" tabs):
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