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Editable New Tab Page

By David Regev Last update Aug 19, 2013 — Installed 5,202 times.

Script Summary: Allows you to edit the old New Tab page. Your edits will even be remembered! User script commands are added so you can set the page title and turn editing off (or on again).



Version: 2.6.4

License: CC0 1.0 Universal (or later); http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/

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With this script, you can use the old New Tab page as an editor. You can paste in content from elsewhere and edit it, and your edits will be saved for the next time you open a new tab. To preserve the result, you can set the page title (if text is selected, that will be used), turn editing off, and save the page (as ‘Web Page, complete’).

Note: It seems it’s not possible to make this work for the new New Tab page. In order to see the old New Tab page when opening a new tab, go to about:config and set browser.newtab.url to about:blank.

Thanks to [SBscripts](../../users/322162.html) for the modification to make edits persistent.