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Default setting: HOME page on start-up

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Recent changes seem to ignore the setting for a specific HOME page upon START-UP. Right now, the last page accessed before closing Firefox IS loading - not the setting of a specific HOME page - in my case, Google.com. I have cleared cache twice and no changes. So, e.g. - if I was on Facebook and close FF, the next start of Firefox opens now to Facebook. That setting is NOT enabled! Please advise/correct.

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Do you have enabled "Restore Previous Session" in "Settings -> General -> Startup" ?

You can set this pref on the about:config page to set the startup page, use '0' (zero) to start with a blank page and use '1' to start with the homepage.

  • browser.startup.page
    [0:blank; 1:home page; 2:last visited page; 3:restore previous session]

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There is no 'browser.startup.page' line item in my configuration settings. There are others, about 'startup,' but not that specific line item.

Oh - and in regular settings routine - the box is UNchecked.

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You can inspect and modify prefs like this one on the about:config page.

You can open the about:config page via the location/address bar. You can click the button to "Accept the Risk and Continue".

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Yup. Been there, done that. Already seeing ALL the settings line items. None as described above.

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