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Some bookmark link does not respond immediately after startup

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  • Last reply by FredMcD

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When I launch Firefox, the first click is ignored. So I must click it once again, it's a little frustrating...

I'm having this problem with Twitter, Gmail, and Google news, and I can open it in Facebook, StackOverFlow, and Tumblr with no problems.

This does not occur when opening in a private window or in windows opened using Ctrl-N. I checked in the "network" tab of the development tools and the transfer volume says "blocked".

Disabling Windows Security doesn't effect anything.(I don't install other security tools) What is the problem?

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I found a solution. When I change "Firefox Home" to "Blank Page" as a new window option (Options > Home > New Windows and Tabs > Homepage and new windows), this problem doesn't happen. Is this a bug?

Anyway I don't need FIrefox Home, so it's my solution.

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Give the browser a few moments to finish loading.

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Modified by smilkobuta

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Thank you for your reply. Try to wait 30 seconds after launch, but these sites could not be opened.

This is the video of this issue.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFYV9K5zGic

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Modified by smilkobuta

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I found a solution. When I change "Firefox Home" to "Blank Page" as a new window option (Options > Home > New Windows and Tabs > Homepage and new windows), this problem doesn't happen. Is this a bug?

Anyway I don't need FIrefox Home, so it's my solution.

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That was very good work. Well Done.

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