anyone using mozilla firefox here

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  1. john_84

    john_84 Registered Member

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    i just downloaded mozilla fire fox browser but this browser does not remember the pages which i have visited .www.hotmail.com is my home page and when i click www.yahoo.com the site opens but when i close mozilla firefox and after some time when i start mozilla firefox that site url www.yahoo.com.com is longer there . i have to typed again and again the same url to open that same page.
     
  2. meneer

    meneer Registered Member

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    I can't comfirm. My Firefox home page is always correct.

    If you suspect a bug, please report it at the Mozilla bugtracker site. You will get a response very fast.
     
  3. JayK

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    Er why should it. www.hotmail is your homepage not www.yahoo.com.

    If you want firefox to remeber the last page you visited, homepage is not what you want.
     
  4. Detox

    Detox Retired Moderator

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    Do you mean like the url list that IE used to keep? I always hated that myself... anyway you can add it to your bookmarks; the very most used of which can go to your "bookmarks toolbar" and those links will have their own buttons just under the url window.
     
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    Bookmark it or put it in your "Bookmarks Toolbar Folder". Pete
     
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    Detox Retired Moderator

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    In addition, here is a thread where we recently had a big discussion about Firefox, if you are interested in reading it.
     
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