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Showing active and hibernated tabs seperately in windows and sessions

Max Muster 8 years ago updated by Joel Thornton 8 years ago 1

Example: "Window (4 active, 5 hibernated)" instead of "Window (9 pages)"

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I like this idea but I'm concerned about horizontal space in the sidebar and having the (# open, # hibernated) stat run off the right edge of the sidebar pane for many users. I'd like to come up with an intuitive abbreviated format like (# O, # H) though that particular example isn't terribly intuitive.

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Under review

I like this idea but I'm concerned about horizontal space in the sidebar and having the (# open, # hibernated) stat run off the right edge of the sidebar pane for many users. I'd like to come up with an intuitive abbreviated format like (# O, # H) though that particular example isn't terribly intuitive.

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If you do want to implement this, the keyword "Window" is unnecessary because it is already highlighted Yellow and given space indicating its importance.


3 open, 4 inactive


would work just as well as


Window (7 pages)

I'm not sure this should be an "customizable option", however, so this is "do or do not".


EDIT:


How about this:


Window (3/7 pages)

It is obvious to a user that there is no such thing as 3/7th of a page, so they can infer what the numbers represent.


EDIT 2:


Sorry about the bad formatting.