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I don't know how to describe it.

I open gmail and start scrolling down the list. If I touch the screen wrong the email refreshes back to the beginning. If I open an email to read and close it; same thing-it refreshes right back to the beginning! Very irritating.

Id prefer NO refresh or if I want it to snap back to the very first email then give me a button to opt for that or opt out of it.

Also the search feature seems to not search.

I don't know how to describe it. I open gmail and start scrolling down the list. If I touch the screen wrong the email refreshes back to the beginning. If I open an email to read and close it; same thing-it refreshes right back to the beginning! Very irritating. Id prefer NO refresh or if I want it to snap back to the very first email then give me a button to opt for that or opt out of it. Also the search feature seems to not search.
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Seburo
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Hi

I know exactly what you mean - I have seen it myself.

Firefox is trying to refresh a web page and will not know that it is your inbox. Possibly the easiest way to resolve this is to use a dedicated email app for your emails as any setting change could try (and it could be a little experimental) would also impact other websites.

Unfortunately I cannot help you get to "inbox zero", but I hope this makes life a little easier.

Hi I know exactly what you mean - I have seen it myself. Firefox is trying to refresh a web page and will not know that it is your inbox. Possibly the easiest way to resolve this is to use a dedicated email app for your emails as any setting change could try (and it could be a little experimental) would also impact other websites. Unfortunately I cannot help you get to "inbox zero", but I hope this makes life a little easier.
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