how do I return to same location on page after opening link instead of returning to top of page?
Say when I click on a link from ABCnews.go.com, then use the back arrow to return to the news page, it takes me back to the top of the page instead of where I was on the page. At first the correct location will flash on the screen, then jump back and stop at the top of the page. I then have to scroll back down to find where I was on the page. I used Chrome before this and did not have that problem.
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I get around this by; When I find a link I want to check out, I open it in a new tab/window. Then when I am done, I close it and am back where I started.
I know that works, but I shouldn't have to do it that way. I also tried to use your suggestion by going into settings and checking Open Link In New Tab, but it doesn't do that.
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or Start Firefox in Safe Mode. type about:support in address bar and Click restart with add-ons disabled... (not Refresh Firefox). While you are in safe mode; or Can avoid this matter by open that link in a new tab and close the tab to return to the ABCnews.go.com search page.
Modified by Senali Madawala
Neither worked. I know I can right click on the link and open a new tab, but I shouldn't have to do that.
It works, for example, on Wikipedia.