User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:2.0b4) Gecko/20100817 Firefox/4.0b4 ( .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET4.0E) Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:2.0b4) Gecko/20100817 Firefox/4.0b4 ( .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET4.0E) up til now with having the possibility of several tabs inside each main firefox window its already cumbersome and an increasing complex task to find an already opened tab (webpage-address) that the user is interested. the awsomebar or whats it called tha address/url area already features a "switch to tab" functionality as a first way to solve this issue once you type in addresses or keywords. so far so good. but now with an additional layer of grouping and hiding things in tab-sets with tabcandy/groupyourtabs its getting even more complicated. first: we need to be able to tell if the tabcandy-icon on the upper right area next to the already existing tabs actually leads to multiple tab groups or if a firefox window only has one group or even no grouping at all so far. as a firefox window can only display one set of tabs at each given time, there can be many other additional tabsets/tabroups be waiting, but you dont see these or can easily forget about them as they are hidden and only being displayed once you activate the tabset/tabcandy icon or press ctrl+space (winblows). we need some graphic representation or similar way (maybe graying the tabcandy icon, or displaying a number (count of tabsets already waiting in the background in this given firefox window, and so forth....) as a popup/tooltip when you hover the mouse over the tabset/tabcandy area or similar stuff. also maybe a generic search function "search-through-all-tabsets" (globally as well as locally, when you have a bazillion tabsets inside a given firefox window already) would come handy, maybe searching for the given defined names which the user has chosen inside the tabcandy userinterface, or searching through names/topics of the grouped windows and so on..... thanks and regards. Reproducible: Always
Note that we've also now added search inside the Panorama UI.