FF 24 Is Borked: One Must Have Tabs, Like It Or Not!

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I just did a yum update on my CentOS 5.10 desktop machine and it installed FF
24. And tabs have appeared and cannot be [really] removed! Arg!!! *I HATE
TABS!* (Yes I did installed the “hide tabs when there is only one tab”
plugin, but that is not really a complete solution.)

In the Mozilla support forum thread relating to this
(https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/968331) there is mention of SeaMonkey which has better control of tabs and I was wondering: is there a supported version of SeaMonkey that will install under RHEL5 / CentOS5?
Specificly, I am looking for RPMs for SeaMonkey, rather than the tarball install.

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