See a list of duplicate tabs when the red duplicate indicator dot is on. This list may be opened from the duplicate tabs notification, Clutter Free button context menu, or the Clutter Free popup actions.
We may close individual tabs from the list by clicking the ‘×‘ button, or we may close all duplicates using the ‘Close all duplicate tabs‘ action on top. Hovering on the ‘Close all duplicate tabs’ action highlights the tabs that will be closed. Original tabs are marked with a tab layer icon on the left. Pinned tabs are also identified with a pin.
Keyboard actions available in the duplicate tabs list:
‘Up‘/’Down‘: Select previous/next tab in the list
‘Enter‘: Focus selected tab in the browser
‘Delete‘: Close selected tab
‘Esc‘: Clear selection
‘F1‘/’?‘: Show available keyboard shortcuts
When more than one on-page context menus are available, they are grouped under a ‘Clutter Free’ menu – parent menu text shortened to just the extension name
Removed donation links from the extension
Removed some bugs
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Added an option to ignore hash/fragment sections in URLs when comparing for duplicates.
Enable this functionality in Options ⇒ Advanced Settings ⇒ Ignore Hash. It is disabled by default, and not recommended.
When enabled, two tabs with URLs: ‘c306.net/apps‘ and ‘c306.net/apps/#clutterfreeCard‘ will be considered duplicates and one of them closed. This is the expected behaviour if the fragment points to a section in the same page. However, in many modern web apps, the fragment may point to a different page that you may want to open separately. In this scenario, the ignore hash setting will wrongly close the second tab as duplicate.