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Privacy page loads every time I use firefox

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Every time I refresh my web page a new privacy page loads. I cant get it to stop doing this.

Every time I refresh my web page a new privacy page loads. I cant get it to stop doing this.
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jscher2000
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Hi, could you describe what you're doing in more detail?

You can reload a page using the curved arrow on the toolbar or by pressing Ctrl+R. Is that what you mean by refreshing it?

If the problem occurs when you launch a new window (for example, using Ctrl+N), most likely that page replaced your home page and you need to set it to what you want instead. See: How to set the home page.

Help us understand what's going on. Thanks.

Hi, could you describe what you're doing in more detail? You can reload a page using the curved arrow on the toolbar or by pressing Ctrl+R. Is that what you mean by refreshing it? If the problem occurs when you launch a new window (for example, using Ctrl+N), most likely that page replaced your home page and you need to set it to what you want instead. See: [[How to set the home page]]. Help us understand what's going on. Thanks.

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fixed somehow MSN and firefox privacy page were both set as the home page. So every time I hit the home icon both pages loaded. I did not even know it was possible to have 2 pages open under 1 icon. Thank you

fixed somehow MSN and firefox privacy page were both set as the home page. So every time I hit the home icon both pages loaded. I did not even know it was possible to have 2 pages open under 1 icon. Thank you
jscher2000
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You can have as many as you want. Or more! :-)

You can have as many as you want. Or more! :-)
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MESHACH said

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reallypo said

fixed somehow MSN and firefox privacy page were both set as the home page. So every time I hit the home icon both pages loaded. I did not even know it was possible to have 2 pages open under 1 icon. Thank you

its possible to have two icon ,but more so choose one that you are well with but both are important to you.

''reallypo [[#answer-1058845|said]]'' <blockquote> fixed somehow MSN and firefox privacy page were both set as the home page. So every time I hit the home icon both pages loaded. I did not even know it was possible to have 2 pages open under 1 icon. Thank you </blockquote> its possible to have two icon ,but more so choose one that you are well with but both are important to you.
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jscher2000 said

Hi, could you describe what you're doing in more detail? You can reload a page using the curved arrow on the toolbar or by pressing Ctrl+R. Is that what you mean by refreshing it? If the problem occurs when you launch a new window (for example, using Ctrl+N), most likely that page replaced your home page and you need to set it to what you want instead. See: How to set the home page. Help us understand what's going on. Thanks.

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''jscher2000 [[#answer-1058820|said]]'' <blockquote> Hi, could you describe what you're doing in more detail? You can reload a page using the curved arrow on the toolbar or by pressing Ctrl+R. Is that what you mean by refreshing it? If the problem occurs when you launch a new window (for example, using Ctrl+N), most likely that page replaced your home page and you need to set it to what you want instead. See: [[How to set the home page]]. Help us understand what's going on. Thanks. </blockquote> nice inspiration ever