A Windows only experimental Firefox extension called FoxTab introduces a new FireFox tab switching interface to Firefox. FoxTab comes complete with five different thumb nailed views and man is it awesome.
FoxTab provides a new fascinating and elegant method for finding and selecting a tab in the browser.
FoxTab is designed to be suitable for many types of users, those with only few tabs opened and
those out there (like me) who usually have tons of opened tabs to select from.
The idea behind FoxTab is to provide new visual methods for quick tab switching.
We already know that FireFox 3.1 will have a new tab switching interface. But why wait, this thing is awesome. Take a look at these screenshots:
There are 5 layouts which you can choose from:
Stack – Tabs are 3D-stacked one behind the other.
Wall – Tabs are displayed on a wall (similar to a TV store).
Grid – Tabs are aligned on a grid.
Row – Tabs are arranged horizontally.
Circle – Tabs are placed around a 3D circle..
Because it’s considered experimental in order to get it you have to logon to the Mozilla addons site. But… it’s worth it.
Grab FoxTab here.