- Use Firefox's built-in Session Restore Feature - when checked, Firefox's Session Restore feature will be in effect
- Enable Session Manager
- Enable Crash Recovery
Sessions are stored in the session.rdf file in your profile folder. A backup of this file is stored in the sessionbackups folder in your profile folder. If your session becomes corrupt and you are unable to restore that session, copy one of the backup files (tabmix_sessions-yyyy-mm-dd.rdf) from the backup folder to your profile folder, rename the file to session.rdf.
For a full range of sessions managing features, you can use
Session Manager extension which is created specifically for that
When Session Manager extension is installed, Tab Mix Plus turns its own session manager off. Your existing sessions will be converted to SM format. This two extensions work well together without any known problems.
IMPORTANT! If you uninstall or disable Session Manager extension, Tab Mix Plus will revert back to its file which will not have the sessions saved with Session Manager extension.
- When browser Starts (select one option):
- Ask Before Restoring
- Dont Restore
- When Browser Exits (select one option):
- Save Session
- Ask before Saving
- Dont Save
Tab Mix Plus saves two types of session, sessions saved by the user and history sessions.
- Startup Session (select a session):
- Last session
- Previous to last
- All sessions you previously saved
- Choose another if empty (when checked, you will be prompted to select another session)
Current Tab Mix Plus version saves only two history session: Last Session and Previous to Last.
- When not restoring on start:
- Show my home page
- Show a blank page
RestoreWhen Restoring Sessions:
- Overwrite existing windows
- And tabs
- Save windows in closed windows list
- Join multiple windows into one
- Bypass cache when restoring
- Don't load tabs until selected (Removed)
- Selected Tab
- Closed Tab list