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bookmark all open tabs?

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Is there a way to bookmark all open tabs at once, and save them to a folder I choose?

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Some menu entries in the main menu bar are hidden if you use the mouse and only appear if you use the keyboard to open the menu.
You can see the difference if you use Alt+F to open the File menu or other menus like the Edit menu (Alt+E) and Bookmarks menu (Alt+B) and compare that to what you see if you use the mouse to open the menu after you have made the menu bar visible by tapping Alt or by pressing F10.

  • "Bookmark All Tabs" (Shift+Ctrl+D) no longer shows in the Bookmarks menu unless you open the Bookmarks menu via the keyboard (Alt + B).
  • "Bookmark All Tabs" can be accessed via the right-click context menu of a tab on the tab bar.
  • "Bookmark This Page" can be accessed via the right-click context menu of that browser page.
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Some menu entries in the main menu bar are hidden if you use the mouse and only appear if you use the keyboard to open the menu.
You can see the difference if you use Alt+F to open the File menu or other menus like the Edit menu (Alt+E) and Bookmarks menu (Alt+B) and compare that to what you see if you use the mouse to open the menu after you have made the menu bar visible by tapping Alt or by pressing F10.

  • "Bookmark All Tabs" (Shift+Ctrl+D) no longer shows in the Bookmarks menu unless you open the Bookmarks menu via the keyboard (Alt + B).
  • "Bookmark All Tabs" can be accessed via the right-click context menu of a tab on the tab bar.
  • "Bookmark This Page" can be accessed via the right-click context menu of that browser page.
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awesome, thanks Cor-el! (i tried to thank you earlier from my android phone, but it wouldn't let me from there. now i'm on my PC)

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ps. now i have another, related question, if you don't mind: is there a way to make one or more open windows open as a new tab into another, designated open window? (i know i can do the reverse- ie. the "open tab in a new window")

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Right click on any tab. One of the choices should be Move To New Window.

As to your original question, check out Send Tab URL from the Mozilla Add-ons Web Page. (There’s a lot of good stuff here)

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You can drag a tab from one window to the tab bar of another window to move a tab between windows or use tear off and drag the tab slightly down to open the tab in a new window.

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Does that only bookmark the tabs in the front window, which was my understanding. Or can it bookmark ALL your tabs? Also, is there any way to see a list of every tab you have open, like you can in Safari & Chrome?

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You can only bookmark all tabs in the currently selected window, so if you have more windows open then the need to repeat this in all windows

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[coatli: please keep it to one question in one thread. that's over 2,000 readers who've had to read and skip your diversion. users helping users.]

It's now July '14 and vn. 30 is extant, and the difference manifested when the menu is invoked with the mouse or with a hot-key still obtains.

I suggest that this newly introduced feature breaks all sorts of rules in the usage guidelines for our chosen environment - Windows. (Microsoft keeps a formal set.) I suggest that it is nonsensical, illogical, and detrimental to Firefox's reputation as a worthy browser. Do the design managers in the Mozilla camp read these posts? I say it's well beyond time for differences between click and key features to be eliminated. Any software engineers listening...??

PhredE 11th July, 2014

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PhredE,

The thread Owner asks what he wants to ask, your opinion 2 months later doesn't count.

If you think Mozilla is doing something "wrong", please provide feedback here - https://input.mozilla.org/en-US/feedback

As far as the Mozilla developers reading these support threads; very few developers ever "pitch in" and provide support answers here.


locking this thread, as it was created for a question about Firefox 27.0.1 and is Solved

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Add code to the userChrome.css file below the default @namespace line.


@namespace url("http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul"); /* only needed once */

/* Always show menu entries with class="show-only-for-keyboard" */
#navigator-toolbox menuitem[class="show-only-for-keyboard"]:not([hidden="true"]){ display:-moz-box !important; }


The customization files userChrome.css (user interface) and userContent.css (websites) are located in the chrome folder in the Firefox profile folder.

You can use this button to go to the currently used Firefox profile folder:

  • Help > Troubleshooting Information > Profile Directory: Show Folder (Linux: Open Directory; Mac: Show in Finder)
  • Create the chrome folder (lowercase) in the <xxxxxxxx>.default profile folder if this folder doesn't exist
  • Use a plain text editor like Notepad to create a (new) userChrome.css file in this folder (the names are case sensitive)
  • Paste the code in the userChrome.css file in the editor window and make sure that the userChrome.css file starts with the default @namespace line
  • Make sure that you select "All files" and not "Text files" when you save the file via "Save file as" in the text editor as userChrome.css. Otherwise Windows may add a hidden .txt file extension and you end up with a not working userChrome.css.txt file