In the tradition of announcing major things on Friday nights…
I did this thing where we don’t load all of your pages at once when we restore your session. That should keep your Firefox (and computer in general) a bit more usable when you start up Firefox with a large session. See bug 586068 if you’re interested in the juicy details.
- Switching tabs should cause the selected tab to start loading immediately, even if it wasn’t loading before
- This works with Panorama (so changing groups re-prioritizes your load order).
We load a certain number of tabs based on the
browser.sessionstore.max_concurrent_tabs preference. We’ve set the default to 3 for now.
Set the pref to 0. It’s basically a built-in BarTab.
We show the page title and favicon at start up, before we try to load the page. So you might see some slightly odd behavior. Panorama’s thumbnail caching isn’t perfect, so there will probably be missing thumbnails at start up if you switch into the Panorama view.
Please email me (link below!) or file a bug blocking 586068 if you see anything weird.