First of all, thanks for Sidewise! You're doing great creating the features I want. Suggest looking at Firefox's plugin, Treestyle Tabs, which was my previous tab manager. Also, (I know this is vague, but, heh, I'm a user) the ideal tab manager would meld the bookmarks manager with a a tabs manager seamlessly. Now to the possible bug.
It appears that the hibernate feature (which I love! It's like the tab/bookmark manager combination I mentioned above) doesn't keep hibernated windows and tabs in sync. I often activate a tab or folder of tabs in a totally hibernated window (this is like the bookmark side of the tab/bookmark manager combo). These tabs come up in the current window. If later I try to activate the hibernated window, it only brings up the window with a single tab in it.
I like the feature of being able to bring up a hibernated tab/folder in a hibernated window, but give me the option to display the activated tab(s) in the current window, activate the containing window of the activated tabs (leaving the hibernated tabs of the window hibernated), or maybe a new window. I'm not familiar with the Chrome browser APIs, so I don't know if this is possible.
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