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Session Manager Does Not Work Any More

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At some point in the last upgrades, my Session Manager quit working. This is a critical function of FF.

After newer versions of FF crashed my whole machine, I downgraded repeatedly until verion 31.6.0, which only crashes my machine every 4 days or so. But now, if I try to save a session, the selection area is blank, as if I have no tabs open, and the Save button is greyed-out. I have multiple tabs open.

I use a half-dozen plugins to restore the old (functional) UI, from the mess that has been made of it. I can't disable those to test, because I don't have a UI I can navigate, anymore.

I have the latest version of Session Manager. When will this be fixed? Thank You.

At some point in the last upgrades, my Session Manager quit working. This is a critical function of FF. After newer versions of FF crashed my whole machine, I downgraded repeatedly until verion 31.6.0, which only crashes my machine every 4 days or so. But now, if I try to save a session, the selection area is blank, as if I have no tabs open, and the Save button is greyed-out. I have multiple tabs open. I use a half-dozen plugins to restore the old (functional) UI, from the mess that has been made of it. I can't disable those to test, because I don't have a UI I can navigate, anymore. I have the latest version of Session Manager. When will this be fixed? Thank You.

Additional System Details

Installed Plug-ins

  • Shockwave Flash 11.2 r202
  • The IcedTea-Web Plugin executes Java applets.
  • The Videos 3.8.2 plugin handles video and audio streams.
  • DivX Web Player version 1.4.0.233

Application

  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:31.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/31.0

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Question owner

Evidently Session Manager is not functional with some versions - and, in fact, the entire "session" functionality of FF was broken, even with that Add-On removed.

Solution was to change version of Firefox for Linux again. Advice to others, just keep downgrading until things work, again.

Evidently Session Manager is not functional with some versions - and, in fact, the entire "session" functionality of FF was broken, even with that Add-On removed. Solution was to change version of Firefox for Linux again. Advice to others, just keep downgrading until things work, again.