Changelog

Tabli 0.9.6
Jan. 24, 2017
New in this release:
  • Tabli now uses the Chrome Sessions API when re-opening Saved Windows. This enables Tabli to restore the state of pinned tabs for those that use that feature of Chrome.
  • Tabli no longer requests the 'Manage your Downloads' permission.
Tabli 0.9.5
Jan. 11, 2017
New in this release:
  • Basic Session Management: When a Saved Window is closed and re-opened, Tabli will restore all previously open tabs in that window. This works even after re-starting Chrome or if Chrome crashes. Of course you can still use the revert button () to close all but your explicitly saved tabs (marked with a ) .
  • New keyboard shortcut: Press ; to expand or collapse the currently selected window summary.
  • If you open the Tabli Popout (by clicking ), it will remain open after re-starting Chrome. If you have a large, high-resolution monitor I highly recommend using the Tabli Popout.
  • When navigating with keyboard shortcuts, the selected window will scroll into view.
  • Keyboard navigation now wraps: Up from top window moves to bottom of window list and vice versa.
Tabli 0.9.3
June 11, 2016
New Features:
  • Introducing: The Tabli Popout Window— an independent Tabli window that updates as you browse. This provides a convenient, always-available view of all your browser windows and tabs, especially useful on large, high resolution monitors. Activate by clicking the popout button () in the Tabli popup.
  • Drag and Drop tab items in Tabli to move tabs between windows or re-order tabs within a window.
  • Tooltips that show the full title and URL of each tab.
  • Numerous bug fixes to address minor visual issues (like lingering visible-on-hover icons).
  • Faster loading of FavIcons by using Chrome's built-in favicon cache, thanks to a contribution by John Bartel (@jonbo).
  • Emacs-like keyboard shortcuts in addition to arrows (Ctrl-n, Ctrl-p / SHIFT-Ctrl-n/SHIFT-Ctrl-p to move to next/prev tab/window).
  • A cleaned up toolbar.
Permissions Warning and Privacy:

Unfortunately, existing users of the previous version of Tabli were greeted with this somewhat alarming dialog from Google Chrome after Tabli was automatically updated from the Chrome web store:

This dialog is rather misleading in that the only new permission added to Tabli between the previous version (0.8.8) and the latest version (0.9.1) is the ability for Tabli to read Chrome's store of FavIcons ‐ the small icons that appear on the tab for each web site.

Tabli requests the permissions shown in the above dialog in order to perform its essential function. However: Tabli does not make any outbound data connections, and does not send any data whatsoever to any external application, extension or cloud service.

More detailed discussion may be found in the corresponding github issue.