I work in GNU/Linux + Gnome with a few tabs (around 100). They have a distinctive setting (research, individual, identified with a course, and work; are a f… (funda kabanzi)
I work in GNU/Linux + Gnome with a few tabs (around 100). They have a distinctive setting (research, individual, identified with a course, and work; are a few models). I utilize a few windows with a few tabs each. I might want to have one gathering for every window, to have the option to close a window and not losing the tabs it needed, (to close all the windows and have the option to resume them).
I can't figure out how to compose my tabs so as to not separate their tabs. There are a lot of additional items to bunch tabs. In any case, every one of them winds up stowing away/unhiding the tabs of just the current window.
It looks that the basic engineering is this:
The operating system has Firefox.
Firefox has Windows.
Windows have tabs.
Tabs are sensible just in the window they have a place with.
Hence, every window is just mindful of its own gathering of tabs.
What I am searching for is an alternate methodology, or if nothing else its fantasy:
The operating system has Firefox
Firefox has Tabs.
Tabs are reasonable, from any cause of a window.
In this way, the window is just a watcher that knows about all the tabs.
Sync Tab Group, Simple Tab Groups, and comparative work a piece, however on the off chance that I open another window like [[anything|https://nbayoungboymerch.net/]], and do some perusing, the old window knows nothing in the new window.
Is there a setting/module that can tackle this issue? possibly I am feeling the loss of some setting or I simply don't have a clue how to utilize the modules...
Much obliged for your time.