...the second one will make the tab title permanent. say you had a tab opened on a google search. if you where to click on a link it will change a change names. with this option, it will keep the name no matter where the address that single tab has
Thanks CPU, but that cell i have working now and then is out for lunch, i guess, 'cause i still don't get it. To me 'permanent' means it will retain the name through sessions (like a bookmark, for instance). But it seems to be the same (old) 'just for this session' option. If i'm correct, i think it needs to be indicated so because you may remember there were quite a few people looking for the permanent (carried from session to session) rename option and this new option will be confusing (just like it is for me).
Using your explanation, i went to Google search, searched for TMP, renamed the tab 'TMP-Google', opened a few links and they all had 'nttp//.....' < real URL there. There was no way to go back and change it 'cause the option in the rename popup was dimmed. Had to close all tabs and start over.
Unless i'm missing something, it doesn't seem to work right for me then. Would be nice if someone could confirm either way (and don't be afraid to say 'What don't you get, stupid!" - i won't be offended.... really).
EDIT: i think it needs to be ... renamed! Maybe something like 'Rename all tabs opened from this tab'? (the word 'permanent' is confusing there since it doesn't persist 'permanently' from session to session (which would be out of the scope of this ext., if you'd ask me).
I'm still puzzled as to why those renamed tabs show URLs and there's no reverse option.
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