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FoxTab - Attractive 3D tab management for FireFox


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Hi guys,

I want to introduce to you a Firefox Add-on that I've developed called FoxTab, that now supports Mac OS X.
This add-on brings a new fascinating way to switch between tabs.
I really like to hear your thought/comments/suggestions about this add-on, and hopefully you will find it useful.
Here is the link:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/8879

One note: In this version there is a small problem in the Quick Launch mode - Tab is not auto selected after releasing the Ctrl key.
You can use the Enter key or click on the selected a tab.

Enjoy.
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