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Is there a way to "lock" a page above another so i can take notes off of the top one onto the one below and not have the page "Above" disappear? i like working with multiple tabs open and like to have a something like my email or a word document open to take notes onto. i have noticed stuff like when you want to open a file and it asks if you want to open it or download it that those stay "above" the page you are working on...so my question is, can i "recreate" that with a page(s) that i choose? or is this just a preference that isnt supported by this program?

Is there a way to "lock" a page above another so i can take notes off of the top one onto the one below and not have the page "Above" disappear? i like working with multiple tabs open and like to have a something like my email or a word document open to take notes onto. i have noticed stuff like when you want to open a file and it asks if you want to open it or download it that those stay "above" the page you are working on...so my question is, can i "recreate" that with a page(s) that i choose? or is this just a preference that isnt supported by this program?

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  • Chuỗi đại diện người dùng: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:15.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/15.0.1

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CoryMH 229 giải pháp 1076 câu trả lời
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First, it is highly recommended you download the new version of Firefox. Your system details say you're on Firefox 15.0.1

And this isn't quite what you want, but when I need to do something like that I click and drag the tab away from the tab bar and it opens in a new window - I can then put the two pages side by side and work on them. When I am done, I click and drag the tab I pulled into the new window back into the old window with all the other tabs.

Can't say this will work with an older version though.

First, it is highly recommended you download the new version of Firefox. Your system details say you're on Firefox 15.0.1 * https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/ And this isn't quite what you want, but when I need to do something like that I click and drag the tab away from the tab bar and it opens in a new window - I can then put the two pages side by side and work on them. When I am done, I click and drag the tab I pulled into the new window back into the old window with all the other tabs. Can't say this will work with an older version though.
CoryMH 229 giải pháp 1076 câu trả lời
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Check if this add-on works for you:

Check if this add-on works for you: * https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tile-view/

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thank you for your help

thank you for your help