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why restore session dialog different on win and linux?

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first screenshot http://i479.photobucket.com/albums/rr.../rstore_session_dialog_ff_3_6.png if you can see the buttons restore session and start new one are in different positions on win and ubuntu. i just wondering why someone did this. It´s not really a bug. but this thing killing my brain every time a Firefox crashing and i automatically push wrong button.

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I believe that this is to do with the normal order of OK and Cancel buttons on Windows and Linux. On Windows the normal order is OK - Cancel. For Linux (GTK) the normal order is Cancel - OK.

For the session restore dialog, the restore button is equivalent to OK and Start New Session is equivalent to cancel.

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I believe that this is to do with the normal order of OK and Cancel buttons on Windows and Linux. On Windows the normal order is OK - Cancel. For Linux (GTK) the normal order is Cancel - OK.

For the session restore dialog, the restore button is equivalent to OK and Start New Session is equivalent to cancel.

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