Useful then googling. Open a lot of pages in "saved" state, and then open pages one by one.
I can't seem to find it. I mean, I don't always reopen all previous tabs and I don't like to go through them every time I start chrome. Maybe put a "delete unopened tabs" button?
Any idea why this is happening?
Chrome have native flash block (click to play) abilities by the way, read the advice of how enable it in the Tabs Outliner help, the last item in the "Some useful tips" section : )
Works for me much better than the external tools.
By the way, for a what forums you talk?
You cannot participate there in discussions?
Seems it is time to change the feedback system provider, from time to time there is such complains...
Allow reopening the window in a state as it was save-closed. Preserving the saved state of the already saved tabs on a moment of window save-close.
Starting from v0.4.40 is now possible to reopen only the tabs which was open at a time of last window save-close. By Alt-dblclick (or Alt-click if one click option is selected) on saved window title.
This work only with newly saved windows. Not with already saved.
The option to make this as default behavior was not added to not pollute the options.
This feature is unofficial. And even will not be mentioned in documentation.
It is also might broke some day. As it will not be retested upon releases. So if you found it is not work anymore please report me.
I know that TO can run without any Chrome windows open, so I thought there should be a way to just run it solo from the get-go. To figure this out I ended up running across these Chromium cmdline flags/switches and found one for launching extensions. So far, I have been successful in launching TO solo before Chrome, but I can only access the TO options page and not the actual tree.
In my case, the .exe path with flags looks like this:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --profile-directory="Profile 1" --app-id="eggkanocgddhmamlbiijnphhppkpkmkl"
where Profile 1 is the user I want to open Chrome as and eggkanocgddhmamlbiijnphhppkpkmkl is the TO app-id, found in C:\Users\MyName\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Profile 1\Extensions (for Windows).
What I'd like to ask is:
1) Is there another, better way to accomplish this?
2) Can the json or js files be altered so that the app-id flag opens the tree view?
3) Could you add a button to the options page that opens the tree view? (not ideal, but probably easiest for you to implement)
...and since I'm not sure the app-ids are consistent across systems, I found the one for TO by going to Chrome options > Tools > Inspect devices > Extensions > Inspect (for TO) > Resources > any of the last 4 or so menus.
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