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Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Tab Scope: Firefox Thumbnail Preview and Tab Navigation

Among the many features that impressed me about Opera was the tab thumbnail preview, which pops up a thumbnail image of whatever tab you hover your mouse over. Now, a Firefox extension developer has done one better: he's created an extension called Tab Scope that not only pops up a tab preview, but let's you navigate that tab from the preview window. You can also scroll through the page and click links or buttons in that page.

It's an extremely neat extension that was only released a couple days ago. Time will tell if it ends up being a keeper, but Tab Scope has potential.


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