New Tab Override allows you to set the page that shows whenever you open a new tab.
The settings interface can be accessed via Shift + F12. It is also possible to open the settings interface by entering newtab settings in the address bar or from the menu entry in the tools menu.
New Tab Override is currently available in the following languages:
New Tab Override needs several permissions to work properly. Some permissions are mandatory, some are optional. To offer full transparency, this overview also lists "silent" permissions.
New Tab Override will not work without the following permissions:
The permission to access the browser history is needed to prevent spammy "moz-extension://" entries in your browsing history every time you open a new tab. There is no way to prevent this without this permission.
The permission to access the browser tabs is needed so that New Tab Override can jump to the settings page if it’s already open in another tab when you click the button to open the extension’s settings.
The permission to read and modify browser settings is needed to change the position of new tabs and for the option to automatically use your home page as new tab page.
These permissions are not needed to install and use New Tab Override:
The permission to access data for www.soeren-hentzschel.at is only needed if you enable the option to see the latest news about Mozilla as new tab page. If enabled, New Tab Override reads the feed of www.soeren-hentzschel.at to show you the latest news.
New Tab Override requires additional permissions, but Firefox does not prompt requests for the following:
The cookies permission is needed to prevent the loss of container information if the container tabs feature of Firefox is used.
The menus permission is needed for providing an entry in the tools menu for accessing New Tab Override's settings.
The storage permission is needed so that New Tab Override can store settings such as your new tab page.
The extension requires at least Firefox 78. There is no support for older versions of Firefox.