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how do i stop this-To display this page, Firefox must send information that will repeat any action (such as a search or order confirmation) that was performed earlier.?

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when i refresh a page i get this popup.."To display this page, Firefox must send information that will repeat any action (such as a search or order confirmation) that was performed earlier." this doesnt happen with internet explorer. how can i stop this so it just refreshes?

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

== since download

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same issue. started happening when I upgraded to the latest FF (3.6.3). very annoying. happens when i use my back button or click refresh.

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Same Problem

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Guys I had the same problem, I found a solution on another forum that seemed to work for me-hope it does for you too:


"Found a fix to Firefox must send info...

Tools,Options, Advance, uncheck "Tell me when a Website asks to store ... Guest

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Post Posted September 22nd, 2009, 1:43 pm

   Anonymous wrote:Found a fix to Firefox must send info...
   Tools,Options, Advance,
   uncheck "Tell me when a Website asks to store ...

IMTY - that was it! The only change is Tools, Options, Network.

You're a genius, thanks!"

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ok my problem is back sorry all, I thought that solution I posted directly above this post would work.

if anyone found something better please post it here.

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Ok I came across another solution, so far so good, hopefully it'll keep working...doing this for the benefit of others who've suffered with this annoying pop-up like me:


In the URL window of firefox type about:config

Change this setting in firefox

browser.sessionstore.postdata;

Change from a 0 to 1

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Hi i have same issues since updating firefox and all im doing is running a game in facebook which doesnt need refreshing, have tried this solution tools,advanced,network and no joy also tried the browser.sessionstore.postdata; solution also with no satisfactory solutions so im guessing its remove firefox and install previous version and stop it auto updating.

Modified by bullpup050

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There is a high chance that there is something on the facebook page (like the ads) that is refreshing and causing the browser to spazz.

Are you running the new beta and if so, did you have the issue before?

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I can't be of any help, either, but it did start happening after I installed Firefox 4.0. Perhaps sharing that information will help someone else solve the problem...

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To: AnonymousUser

I have tried this and so far it is working, thanks!!

Modified by ydwiwy

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the back button just will not let it go back i have push the left mouse to where it don't want to work at all and it is a new mouse i am tire of see this its bad enough Firefox must send information that will repeat any action then having to click to resend and it don't go no where