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Old 01-07-2009, 09:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Google Chrome Tab overflow problem


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From the 'it's not there yet' files: In my opinion, one of the greatest innovations of the Firefox 2 release was the inclusion of Tab Overflow. For the first time I could actually handle as many open browser tabs as I wanted. While Mozilla introduced Tab overflow in 2006, here we are in 2009 and Google Chrome doesn't have that feature. For someone like me that often keeps 10+ tabs open at any one time this is a (minor) problem.

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