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and Ive used remote before where I've had to reboot and it wasn't an issue but ok.
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did it, closed, rebooted, reopened. It did not open the tabs, only after i went to history did it allow me to open them
2.5 GHz Intel Core i5
4gn 1600 Mhz DDR3
Disk was ok
still not opening tabs
I use an extension/add on (snaplinks) that im not willing to lose with the most recent firefox update, if we need to update I would prefer to update to the one before that
tabs still not opening :/
Yes, that is the correct issue. No, its still not working.
When i close firefox, i lose any pages I had open.
Not only that, but when I got to recently closed, it's greyed out and offers no options.
Im having a similar problem in chrome, where the tabs do not come back up, however, it at least lets me go into the menu/history and open the last tabs I had open.
This is very frustrating on both browsers.
done, still no change. I'm not an idiot with computers, a little new w the mac, but still...this is the reason I asked for remote in the beginning, it has to be something im overlooking right?
still nothing, this is driving me nuts as i lose my windows every time
I assume you have checked the obvious like go to Firefox / Preferences / Privacy then under History it is set to Firefox will: Remember history? The fact that you said it was happening on another browser led me to believe it was a system wide problem. Also System Preferences / General make sure Restore windows when quitting and restarting apps is checked
For future reference, I believe the answer to this problem, at least with Macs, is to use firefox>quit firefox as opposed to X'ing out the page. After doing everything that was suggested, including reinstalling my system, reinstalling firefox, this was never mentioned.
I never knew anyone who did it that way sorry. That does not quit the program.
I did it that way for years on my pc and it always reopened the previous set of windows. Im new to mac. So just as an aside, that could be a good thing to confirm with the customer in the future before everything else. :) Thanks for your help