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How do I bookmark all tabs open in any and all tab groups in firefox 4?
Is there a way to bookmark all the tabs in all tabs groups I have? Currently, when I use "bookmark all tabs," it only bookmarks the tabs open in the tab group which is in use.
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Still nothing on this. Even the 5.0 beta or Aurora build doesn't have a solution! How is one supposed to save his tab group when moving PCs or starting with a fresh profile? This should have been a feature from the start, not something that users would have to ask for...
So you can move the file sessionstore.js to that new profile to have the App Tabs and Tab Groups and currently open tabs in that new profile.
Yes, that is one way, but I'd like to be able to save my tab groups from the interface itself without having to resort to session-saving extensions and scouring the depths of my folders to save a file. Plus, its not a viable option in case the session store file gets corrupted or firefox crashes and loses the file (which can still and does happen). I would like some peace of mind that I would not have to reopen 400+ tabs in 8 tab groups every time, god forbid, firefox crashes or there is a power outage.
You can make a backup copy of the file sessionstore.js in the Firefox Profile Folder to avoid losing App Tabs and Tab Groups.
LOL. Who wants to worry with sessionrestore?
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This add-on puts an option in the Tools menu that lets you save all the tabs in all the tab groups in one window. Unfortunately it puts them all in one folder, but it's definitely much faster than bookmarking each group one at a time. You can also set it to automatically bookmark everything every time a window closes. I only just started using that option so I'm not sure how well it works yet.
I hope someone provides something better or the author of that add-on improves it. I bet this is something that a lot of people would want, they just haven't thought of it yet.