User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:36.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/36.0 Build ID: 20141021030208 Steps to reproduce: 1) Enable e10s experimental feature 2) Install latest Move Tabs extension (https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/addon/movetabs/) 3) Open a new tab 4) Try the shortcut "cmd + left arrow" or the page context menu "Move Tabs to / first" Actual results: Move Tabs shortcut doesn't work, and the context menu doesn't display any sub-menu. It's a really simple addon made with the addon sdk, you can find the source on github with the 2 main scripts: https://github.com/noreiller/move-tabs/blob/master/lib/main.js https://github.com/noreiller/move-tabs/blob/master/lib/module-move-tabs.js
Jérôme, are you the developer of the "Move Tabs" add-on? This add-on seems to be broken with multiprocess Firefox (e10s). If you have any questions about e10s support, just drop by the #e10s IRC channel on irc.mozilla.org. MDN also has a good introduction: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Add-ons/Working_with_multiprocess_Firefox
Hi Chris, yes, I am the developer of Move Tabs. Actually, this addon is kind of deprecated to me, as Firefox natively support to move tabulars with Ctrl-Shift-Page Up/Down. Indeed, I did not use this functionality for a while... But I don't think it is directly related to the multiprocess stuff. As stated in the MDN article: > if you don't access web content at all, then you won't be affected the Move tabs plugin should not be affected by this new communication scheme. Anyway, I will try to test and fix that, or if I can't, I will state this plugin incompatible with the e10s version of Firefox. Regards, Jérôme
Hi, I'm the reporter of the bug and also the one who created the addon Move Tabs (the no-restart one). I reported the bug without knowing some apis of the SDK were unstable and moreover I didn't know the keyboard shortcuts have been implemented in Firefox. It seems my addon is also deprecated. @Jérôme Thank you for noticing me the new shortcuts. Do you know the release date of this feature ?