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    Firefox Glitch

    I set Firefox's home page to my local weather. In the past whenever I accessed the browser it would invariably open in the weather. I still have it set to open in local weather but it opens in the last site I viewed even though I have exited that site. I have gone to tools and carefully set it to weather but up comes a previous website.
    Any thoughts?

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    Delete "browser.sessionstore.resume_session_once", true from user.js:

    Firefox will not start on homepage. Always starts on last tab(s) open.

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    I'm surprised that Tools -> Options -> General -> Home Page [enter the URL] Ok button didn't work. Is there a fix for that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PCLearner View Post
    ...I still have it set to open in local weather but it opens in the last site I viewed even though I have exited that site. I have gone to tools and carefully set it to weather but up comes a previous website...
    Check the "When Firefox starts" setting in Options/General tab ("Show my home page").

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