Added new options to manage whitelist, and show/hide open tabs count, and fixed a recent bug. The big change is to how duplicate tabs are managed in the window – whether they get focus, where they are moved/located in the Chrome window.
- Now whitelist full domains (or just individual pages as before). Enable in settings. Whitelist domain action available from:
- Context/right-click menu on pages,
- Extension’s pop-up, and
- Keyboard shortcut
- Added option to disable the count of open tabs, visible on browser button
- Added option to whitelist pages, or domains, by clicking extension button
Duplicate pageaction not working because of a bug introduced in the last version
Changes to duplicate tab focus & location
Have completely overhauled the way duplicate, and original tabs are located and focussed. The new behaviour now follows expected behaviour, without surprises.
Case 1: When a duplicate tab is opened in the background
ctrl/cmd/shift + click, or ‘Open link in new tab’ from right-click menu.
- the background, duplicate tab is closed,
- the original tab is moved to the location in the window where the duplicate would have been (usually the tab after the source tab where the link was clicked), and
- focus stays on the source tab from where the link was opened.
Case 2: When a duplicate tab is opened in current tab
By clicking on a link.
- the source tab stays on its page – where the link was clicked,
- the original tab, where the duplicate link is already open, is moved next to the source tab, and
- focus changes to original tab with duplicate link
You can change the original tab movement behaviour in
Options ⇒ Advanced Settings ⇒ Duplicate tab position. Options are:
- Don’t move the original tab – keep it where it is,
- Move the original tab to where the duplicate would have opened (default), or
- Move the original tab to the last position in the window