One big drawback of the web client related to the GTK client in version 6.1 is the tabs functionality. It is useful if you want to work on different things in parallel.
Currently tabs are not support in the web client. However Fabien mentioned in the Community Mailing list that it should be possible to implement the tabs functionality in a separate web module.
Does anyone know whether such a module already exists?
Update: Of course, also the tabs of the browser can be used. Therefore I update my question:
Would a new web module with tabs functionality be better than using tabs of the web browser?
Would there be any benefits?
Here are 2 options:
Simple web-tabs module
You can install the following module devolopped by ENAPPS.
base module: lp:~h-jaroslav/+junk/web_tabs
However, this one need some fixes. Here is a branch with camptocamp fixes
module with fixes: lp:~camptocamp/+junk/web_tabs
And it isn't supported anymore by ENAPPS as they made a complete fork.
The second option you can try the ENAPPS fork of the web-client:
Download it: github
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