First, I think when you create a new group or window, it should jump straight into changing its name. With the current renaming UI that would be intrusive, unless...
Second, I think the renaming UI would work a lot more smoothly if it mimicked Finder style. That is, when you rename something, it temporarily replaces the text with an editable version in the same location. This changes back to simple text display when you press enter, and reverts back to its original contents if you hit Esc or click anywhere outside of it.
Attached is a screenshot of Finder's renaming behavior.
I'm going to assume for the moment that that is NOT desirable/coded behavior. I won't want tabs moving around unless I physically drag them somewhere else.
(this would be a feature I would like anyway if I knew how to turn it on and off :P )
Save and trash buttons still work and using chrome tabs outliner is updated.
I can open a bunch of tabs and open whichever one I want by double clicking on it. However, once I move a tab to re-order it in the tree, I cannot open that tab anymore from within the TO window. When I double click on it, it simply opens the parent tab. This is frustrating because I reorder my tabs frequently.
I tried closing and reopening chrome. I also tried reinstalling the extension.
The current lineup of the settings window is a mess. There is a total amount of 2 selectable options which consume like 2 pages of text that nobody is willing to read and another 13 options which are "disabled".
I recommend you to outsource the walls of text for the two available options into some kind of a website (the google group should be fine) and make the actual option (the checkbox) as small as possible without missing too much of information. Usually you only need a few words to explain what an option is doing, the other part is just explaination and does not belong to the "settings".
The other options can just be removed. What do I get from seeing them except that these will maybe be implemented at some point in the future? Imo it's totally fine if you just write "More options to come like changing the color, user css costumisation etc."
> that nobody is willing to read
Actually, from what users are writing me, you are not right. Some even thanks me for detailed explanations.
Somebody not want to read? Nobody force to.
Plan to add a page of text after any option. Will have longest options screen, isn't it a cool idea? ; )
Useful then googling. Open a lot of pages in "saved" state, and then open pages one by one.
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