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I have the latest version of Firefox and I'm looking for a simple extension that will allow me to save opened tabs in some session and later bring the same layout of open tabs. I know there is like a gazillion extensions regarding tab management or whatever but first of all I don't have time to browse all of them, and second I just don't need all those overdeveloped functions that I'll never use. I just want an extension that does two simple things. Saves open tabs in a session and then restores them. Can you guys recommend me something ?

I have the latest version of Firefox and I'm looking for a simple extension that will allow me to save opened tabs in some session and later bring the same layout of open tabs. I know there is like a gazillion extensions regarding tab management or whatever but first of all I don't have time to browse all of them, and second I just don't need all those overdeveloped functions that I'll never use. I just want an extension that does two simple things. Saves open tabs in a session and then restores them. Can you guys recommend me something ?
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You can possibly do this without an extension in the Browser Console via code you paste on the command line.

  • "3-bar" menu button or Tools -> Web Developer

You need to place a checkmark in ">Enable browser chrome and add-on debugging toolboxes" in the Developer Tools settings to enable the command line.

The prompt shows the current session data that you can copy to the clipboard (Ctrl+A, Ctrl+C) and save this data to a file or otherwise. You can cancel the prompt if you do not want to restore a previous session or paste session data you previously saved to restore this session. Doing this via the Browser Console will include PB mode windows as well (extensions can't do this).

/* Session data - Get/Set State */
ssj = SessionStore.getBrowserState();
ssj = prompt("Session Data: Set State", ssj||"");
if(ssj){SessionStore.setBrowserState(ssj)}

Note that the console supports a command line history and you can recall previously entered commands via the cursor Up key.

You can possibly do this without an extension in the Browser Console via code you paste on the command line. *"3-bar" menu button or Tools -> Web Developer You need to place a checkmark in ">Enable browser chrome and add-on debugging toolboxes" in the Developer Tools settings to enable the command line. *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Tools/Browser_Console *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Tools/Settings The prompt shows the current session data that you can copy to the clipboard (Ctrl+A, Ctrl+C) and save this data to a file or otherwise. You can cancel the prompt if you do not want to restore a previous session or paste session data you previously saved to restore this session. Doing this via the Browser Console will include PB mode windows as well (extensions can't do this). <pre><nowiki>/* Session data - Get/Set State */ ssj = SessionStore.getBrowserState(); ssj = prompt("Session Data: Set State", ssj||""); if(ssj){SessionStore.setBrowserState(ssj)}</nowiki></pre> Note that the console supports a command line history and you can recall previously entered commands via the cursor Up key.
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