Ah... unfortunately Mozilla did it again an breaks all kinds of plugins.
In FF55, with TM+ enabled, Ctrl+Q (i.e. closing FF) does not longer work.
While this alone would be a nice feature (since Ctrl-Q is so close to
Ctrl-W, and one often accidentally closes the whole FF, while just one tab)
it also no longer possible to select File/Quit in the menu (simply nothing
happens, when clicking it).
So with many windows open, one cannot easily close FF anymore.
Furhter, the session management feature of TM+ seems to be broken by FF55.
When one kills FF (as one has to now, because of the above), it comes up
with ancient crash sessions,... and if it doesn't do that it starts to
duplicate windows (with all their tabs) and similar things.
0.5.0.4 (devel version) contains a lot of changelog entries related to
FF5, so perhaps we could have that in experimental?
And non sarcastic thanks to the Debian-maintainers :-)
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Versions of packages xul-ext-tabmixplus depends on:
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ii iceweasel 100
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