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I want automatic loading after coming internet in firefox. Google Chrome can do it.

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After disconnecting internet, Firefox can't load webpages automatically. But Google Chrome can do it.

Only for this, my some friends don't like Firefox. I like Firefox. That's why I'm telling it to you.

After disconnecting internet, Firefox can't load webpages automatically. But Google Chrome can do it. Only for this, my some friends don't like Firefox. I like Firefox. That's why I'm telling it to you.

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WestEnd
  • Top 25 Contributor
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shakib said

After disconnecting internet, Firefox can't load webpages automatically.

This is too vague to understand what is happening? And what Chrome does is what Chrome does. Comparing Browser isn't going to diagnosis the problem.

''shakib [[#question-1252882|said]]'' <blockquote> After disconnecting internet, Firefox can't load webpages automatically. </blockquote> This is too vague to understand what is happening? And what Chrome does is what Chrome does. Comparing Browser isn't going to diagnosis the problem.

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It's good for everybody. I meant after coming internet when I go onto a tab, it can't reload automatically.

I told about Chrome because you can check it from Chrome. People get that from Chrome.

This feature will make Firefox better.

It's good for everybody. I meant after coming internet when I go onto a tab, it can't reload automatically. I told about Chrome because you can check it from Chrome. People get that from Chrome. This feature will make Firefox better.
Xeys 2 solutions 29 answers

I think you mean offline browsing. I've never been able to do this in Firefox either, used to be able to in Internet Explorer. Unless I've been missing something you can't browse offline in Firefox. It is something that needs fixing indeed.

I think you mean offline browsing. I've never been able to do this in Firefox either, used to be able to in Internet Explorer. Unless I've been missing something you can't browse offline in Firefox. It is something that needs fixing indeed.

Question owner

I didn't mean offline browsing. I meant automatic loading after coming internet.

If my internet goes away, a webpage can't load. But after coming internet, Firefox doesn't load the page automatically.

I didn't mean offline browsing. I meant automatic loading after coming internet. If my internet goes away, a webpage can't load. But after coming internet, Firefox doesn't load the page automatically.
McCoy
  • Top 10 Contributor
520 solutions 4893 answers

Hello shakib,

There is a language barrier, that makes it a bit hard for us to understand what exactly it is you are saying ....

Would you please take a look at these articles :

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-cant-load-websites-other-browsers-can

And :

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/restore-previous-session

Can you find an answer to your problem there  ?

Hello shakib, There is a language barrier, that makes it a bit hard for us to understand what exactly it is you are saying .... Would you please take a look at these articles : https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-cant-load-websites-other-browsers-can And : https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/restore-previous-session Can you find an answer to your problem there ?

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https://ufile.io/hsexb

I think this video can help you.

https://ufile.io/hsexb I think this video can help you.
McCoy
  • Top 10 Contributor
520 solutions 4893 answers

shakib said

https://ufile.io/hsexb
I think this video can help you.

I hope that somebody else will now understand what your problem is about,   for I still don't (I am so sorry .... )

''shakib [[#answer-1205041|said]]'' <blockquote> https://ufile.io/hsexb<BR> I think this video can help you. </blockquote> I hope that somebody else will now understand what your problem is about, &nbsp; for I still don't (I am so sorry .... )
Xeys 2 solutions 29 answers

Hi Shakib, I suspect you do mean offline browsing. The video looks like you are attempting to look at the last page you were on after going offline. Like I say Firefox doesn't support this. You can't browse offline in Firefox.

What do mean by "after coming internet"? Do you mean: "after coming off the internet".?

Hi Shakib, I suspect you do mean offline browsing. The video looks like you are attempting to look at the last page you were on after going offline. Like I say Firefox doesn't support this. You can't browse offline in Firefox. What do mean by "after coming internet"? Do you mean: "after coming off the internet".?
McCoy
  • Top 10 Contributor
520 solutions 4893 answers

If you want to you could explain your problem in detail in your own language - we will then have Google translate for us .....

If you want to you could explain your problem in detail in your own language - we will then have Google translate for us .....
James
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shakib said

I didn't mean offline browsing. I meant automatic loading after coming internet. If my internet goes away, a webpage can't load. But after coming internet, Firefox doesn't load the page automatically.

You mean when your Internet connection comes back you want Firefox to reload the page.

''shakib [[#answer-1204960|said]]'' <blockquote> I didn't mean offline browsing. I meant automatic loading after coming internet. If my internet goes away, a webpage can't load. But after coming internet, Firefox doesn't load the page automatically. </blockquote> You mean when your Internet connection comes back you want Firefox to reload the page.

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Yes, James. You are correct. Thanks to understand.

Yes, James. You are correct. Thanks to understand.

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Could I know that the developer of Firefox will take step or not?

Could I know that the developer of Firefox will take step or not?