Where did you install Firefox from? Help Mozilla uncover 3rd party websites that offer problematic Firefox installation by taking part in our campaign. There will be swag, and you'll be featured in our blog if you manage to report at least 10 valid reports!

Αναζήτηση στην υποστήριξη

Προσοχή στις απάτες! Δεν θα σας ζητήσουμε ποτέ να καλέσετε ή να στείλετε μήνυμα σε κάποιον αριθμό τηλεφώνου ή να μοιραστείτε προσωπικά δεδομένα. Αναφέρετε τυχόν ύποπτη δραστηριότητα μέσω της επιλογής «Αναφορά κατάχρησης».

Learn More

browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash = false, yet browser still restarted after crahs

  • 1 απάντηση
  • 0 έχουν αυτό το πρόβλημα
  • 4 προβολές
  • Τελευταία απάντηση από DebraBk

more options

I recently had to reinstall Windows, as a result of a hard drive issue. This involved reinstalling Firefox from scratch.

As such I had browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash set to false, but browser.sessionstore.max_resumed_crashes was still set to its default value of 1. The combination resulted in a browser restore after a crash...

This would seem to imply that browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash has either been deprecated (though that is not mentioned in the knowledgebase article), or it is not being correctly interrogated in the code. Unless I am missing something, and I do not want to go thru the entire config to see what else I might need to set...

If I am reading this wrong, please let me know if there are other entries that need to change from default. In the event of a crash, I want the browser to start with my home pages, NOT restore.

Currently on FF 125.0.3 (64-bit) - and yes, I know there is an update waiting for me to restart my browser yet again...

Windows info below ++++++++ Edition Windows 10 Home Version 22H2 OS build 19045.4412 Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.19056.1000.0

I recently had to reinstall Windows, as a result of a hard drive issue. This involved reinstalling Firefox from scratch. As such I had browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash set to false, but browser.sessionstore.max_resumed_crashes was still set to its default value of 1. The combination resulted in a browser restore after a crash... This would seem to imply that browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash has either been deprecated (though that is not mentioned in the knowledgebase article), or it is not being correctly interrogated in the code. Unless I am missing something, and I do not want to go thru the entire config to see what else I might need to set... If I am reading this wrong, please let me know if there are other entries that need to change from default. In the event of a crash, I want the browser to start with my home pages, NOT restore. Currently on FF 125.0.3 (64-bit) - and yes, I know there is an update waiting for me to restart my browser yet again... Windows info below ++++++++ Edition Windows 10 Home Version 22H2 OS build 19045.4412 Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.19056.1000.0

Όλες οι απαντήσεις (1)

more options

Apparently I am up to date on FF (Help about was telling me to update, when I went to update, it said "up to date") That is an issue for another day.

Χρήσιμο;

Υποβολή ερώτησης

Πρέπει να συνδεθείτε στον λογαριασμό σας για να απαντήσετε σε δημοσιεύσεις. Ξεκινήστε μια νέα ερώτηση εάν δεν διαθέτετε ακόμα λογαριασμό.