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Makes unused tabs fade with age and highlights the selected tab.

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2008-08-10: 0.7.1 @ AMO / local mirror
support for multiple aging target colors fixed
2008-07-06: 0.7
ages are restored with sessions
added support for aging speeds below 25%
2008-06-20: 0.6.1
improved Mac theme compatibility
2008-06-19: 0.6
might work on Linux, OS X and with some third-party themes
2008-06-16: 0.5.3
updated for Firefox 3
2008-01-01: 0.5.3b1
first beta release of Aging Tabs for Firefox 3
2007-04-01: 0.5.2
compatible with Gran Paradiso Alpha 4
strict error fixed
localized: ru-RU, pl-PL, sk-SK
2006-12-29: 0.5.1
compatible with Firefox 3.0a2
localized: fa-IR, da-DK, ko-KR
Italian translation revised
2006-12-04: 0.5
multiple aging target colors customizable
2006-11-13: 0.4.9
localized: hr
hidden pref for delay after switching tabs: browser.tabs.agingDelay. default value bumped from 500 to 1000 milliseconds
2006-11-09: 0.4.8
compatible with Noia 2.0 eXtreme, Mostly Crystal et al
2006-11-06: 0.4.7
added label for aging amount slider
fixed slider buttons for Gnome
2006-11-06: 0.4.6
localized: cs, fr
2006-11-05: 0.4.5
made the slider buttons wider for classic Windows theme
2006-11-05: 0.4.4
made slider more accessible
localized: it
2006-11-04: 0.4.3
prevent memory leak
2006-11-02: 0.4.2
added a slider to adjust the aging amount
localized access keys
localized: nl, ja
improved Spanish (Spain) translation
2006-11-01: 0.4.1
localized: zh-CN, zh-TW, pt-BR
renamed “es-EZ” to “es-ES” :-)
2006-11-01: 0.4
fixed: when in interval mode, age of active tab isn’t reset immediately
fixed: when opening a new window, the color of the active tab is applied to the icon, tab text etc., overlaying the background images
localized: de-DE, es-EZ
added support for Firefox 3.0a1
added an icon
2006-10-30: 0.3.8
bug fixed where background color of close button wasn’t updated
some source code clean-up
2006-10-30: 0.3.7
new preference: Aging amount per step
2006-10-29: 0.3.6
even more colors customizable
2006-10-29: 0.3.5
revised and extended options dialog
2006-10-28: 0.3.4
highlight color of selected tab customizable
2006-10-23: 0.3.3
added option to disable highlighting of the selected tab; users of Aging Tabs Lite should switch over!
2006-10-23: 0.3.2
make the active tab focusable; this required a bunch of changes, e.g. the :hover state had to be changed again
2006-10-23: 0.3.1
support for pref browser.tabs.agingOnTabActivity
2006-10-23: 0.3
target color of aging tabs configurable (colorpicker in the options dialog)
code revamped (this should fix some bugs)
2006-10-21: 0.2.6
added description to options dialog
:hover state color fixed
2006-10-17: 0.2.5
new: options dialog
some minor tweaks
2006-10-17: 0.2
tabs age when switching, independent from time
when skimming through tabs, they keep their shading (500 ms timeout)
logarithmic-like algorithm (older tabs age slower)
removed browser.tabs.agingSeconds
2006-10-17: 0.1.1
minor performance enhancement
2006-10-15: 0.1
initial release

Comments / show all

  1. Busty wrote on July 4, 2009 04:26 PM BST ():
    Bug report:
    With TabMix Plus and Aging Tabs enabled, Firefox’ 3.5 “New Tab” button is on the left instead on the right.
  2. neolith wrote on July 8, 2009 10:55 AM BST ():
    I can’t seem to get custom colors to work with FF3.5.
  3. Troy wrote on August 3, 2009 07:04 AM BST ():
    I can’t seem to get it to work with Midnightfoxy (2.090608).

    I’m using Firefox 3.5.1
  4. Hubird wrote on August 6, 2009 08:50 AM BST ():
    Any chance of aging tabs being made compatible with Thunderbird 3 BETA 3 and up ?
  5. Martin Jessen wrote on August 8, 2009 07:27 AM BST ():
    First of all, YOU CANNOT FIND THIS EXTENSION IN THE ADDONS SEARCH USING THE KEYWORD aging. AWESOME!!!

    You should add variable delay aging of tabs. That is, instead of aging each tab statically by a static X seconds, it should in fact age by X seconds the first time, age by Y seconds the next time, and then age by Z seconds the next time it should be aging. Where X < Y < Z

    This would age the tab fastest when it matters most (IE: When you are on the computer and browsing around actively), and least when it matters least (When you leave Firefox running overnight and come back). What happens right now is that I come back the next day and find all my tabs are BLACK (Thats the color I use to age) with no indication as to what is newest or oldest. I suppose I can increase my delay in seconds, but I find that my setting works good for short term browsing, but not long term.

    Either you should do this, or you should include some kind of exception for idle time (where NO browsing is occurring) where aging happens less and less frequently as idle time increases

    Basically I want the tabs to age initially fast, and less at later times, so some semblance of aging is still available if I return to Firefox the next day. Either provide dynamically adjusting aging times or use some idle time method to deliver!!
  6. dwight wrote on August 24, 2009 10:15 AM BST ():
    aging tabs make my firefox slow, but i like the highlighting feature. pls. add an option to disable the aging tabs.
  7. itsamutiny wrote on August 27, 2009 08:24 AM BST ():
    aging tabs doesn’t work with the following theme: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10288
  8. metdivo wrote on August 29, 2009 04:53 PM BST ():
    Love the extension. With Themes Aeon Big/Jumbo, custom highlighted tab color does not work--stays light blue. You can change the highlighted text. Thanks.
  9. tuggyne wrote on October 27, 2009 05:32 PM GMT ():
    Currently, 0.7.1 doesn’t properly handle the first tab in a restored session: the first tab appears to be brand-new every time I open a restored session, even if it had completely aged in the saved session.
  10. Peter wrote on January 26, 2010 02:11 PM GMT ():
    Please make compatible with ColourfulTabs
  11. X wrote on February 21, 2010 03:14 PM GMT ():
    Love the extension. Having a compatibility problem with FF v3.5.8.

    Any ideas?
  12. Y wrote on March 29, 2010 05:58 PM BST ():
    Use FF 3.6.2!
  13. Carlos Roberto Gallagher wrote on October 2, 2010 05:54 PM BST ():
    Congratulations for AgingTabs Firefox extension. I do not know how nobody thought of it before. I just suggest that you enable an option to customize tab titles in low relief and high relief as Mac OS. Thus, the fonts of the inactive tabs would be sharper. Thanks and greetings from Brazil.
  14. Abby Normal wrote on April 27, 2011 05:23 PM BST ():
    Possible bug to report:

    Custom highlight text color option disappears after the first time the user opens a new tab. The function also stops working and the highlight text returns to default.
    Installed v0.7.1 onto FF3.6.16 on ubuntu 10.10 (Meerkat).

    Thanks for a great add-on!
  15. Vince wrote on May 9, 2011 03:40 AM BST ():
    I hope you will make Aging Tabs work for FF4
  16. Kat wrote on May 28, 2011 07:22 PM BST ():
    Me too.
  17. günther wrote on September 16, 2011 08:54 AM BST ():
    Aging Tabs has not been updated for a long time now. - Today we received ff6.02 and I still miss any updates.
    Pls. get around to make AT running on FF6.02 and further.
    greets günther
  18. jim wrote on October 18, 2011 01:39 PM BST ():
    I’d love an update for Firefox 7 great extension for firefox please just one effort think
  19. sasdaasda wrote on December 14, 2011 06:40 AM GMT ():
    Hi,
    Are you planning to update aging tabs for new versions of Firefox ? Keep up your good work please.
  20. Charlie Noah wrote on March 1, 2012 03:25 PM GMT ():
    I am using Firefox v3.6.27 and Walnut theme v1.8.81. Aging Tabs seems to have no effect at all. I have experimented with the options - no change. :^(

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