In Firefox, hovering over a tab gives only the tab title. It would be nice to see more detail, eg the URL/domain name (like Chrome and Edge do):
But what would be even better is a tab preview! Vivaldi does both URL and preview:
Browser TAB preview
This is a handy feature from the chrome browser.
In chrome, when you move the mouse over a TAB that isn't in the foreground, it displays a small preview window of the TAB a few seconds later to help you view the TAB, rather than just showing the title and not being able to tell what the TAB is
(Note: similar ideas have been merged into this thread)
I've been using Firefox from the beginning of Firefox - great product !
I have the latest version for Mint 22 . I also just did a refresh and lost my tool bars .
My request is to return the ability switch between loaded apps via a click on any app's icon in the panel
here it hoping for tab previews!
Yeah, IMHO this should be released in tandem with the tab grouping suggestion found here: https://connect.mozilla.org/t5/ideas/native-tab-grouping-more-customizable-tab-bar/idi-p/303
Truly the only two things I miss from Chrome: tab peeks & tab groups.
And If Edge is doing something better than FF, haha, I think it's time to starting supporting it 😉
You know what this would be a very good feature to have well I made a thread about some things to so yeah I wonder if Mozilla is testing our ideas in an experiential version of the Firefox Web Browser?
@JonJ Will these features get into Firefox cause they would be good to have.