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How to make Sidewise remember a multiple-window-session

Max Muster 8 years ago updated by Joel Thornton 8 years ago 0

Is there a way to make Sidewise remember a multiple-window-session? Is the only way to make chrome crash (would sidewise remember the session if chrome crashed?)

Thanks!

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Currently this should be possible by clicking Chrome's "tools" button (the three-horizontal-lines icon at the far right of the address bar) then choosing Exit. When you restart later, any windows that were open at the time of exit should be preserved. This is also assuming you have the "Remember open tabs between browser sessions" option turned on.


The next major feature I'm planning on is a "Recently closed" sidebar pane. Once this is implemented, it should be possible to find all previously closed windows there just as they were, regardless of how you closed the windows/Chrome previously.


If Chrome crashes, it should also remember all the windows that were previously open, similarly to when the Exit method is used.

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Currently this should be possible by clicking Chrome's "tools" button (the three-horizontal-lines icon at the far right of the address bar) then choosing Exit. When you restart later, any windows that were open at the time of exit should be preserved. This is also assuming you have the "Remember open tabs between browser sessions" option turned on.


The next major feature I'm planning on is a "Recently closed" sidebar pane. Once this is implemented, it should be possible to find all previously closed windows there just as they were, regardless of how you closed the windows/Chrome previously.

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Currently this should be possible by clicking Chrome's "tools" button (the three-horizontal-lines icon at the far right of the address bar) then choosing Exit. When you restart later, any windows that were open at the time of exit should be preserved. This is also assuming you have the "Remember open tabs between browser sessions" option turned on.


The next major feature I'm planning on is a "Recently closed" sidebar pane. Once this is implemented, it should be possible to find all previously closed windows there just as they were, regardless of how you closed the windows/Chrome previously.


If Chrome crashes, it should also remember all the windows that were previously open, similarly to when the Exit method is used.