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New ver. has same bug. tabs cannot be reloaded. Your idea ?

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New ver. of Mpzilla has same bug. Tabs cannot be re-loaded. Have you sSERIOUS idea what to do ? I imported file to another PC JSON and HTML files and loaded it. Bookmarks are supposed to be ok. However in this case there is another bug - TABS DO NOT OPEN So pls make a brainstorm - 1. on my old PC how to re-load or open anew tabs  ? 2. on the new PC how to open tabs  ?

Regards Maxx

New ver. of Mpzilla has same bug. Tabs cannot be re-loaded. Have you sSERIOUS idea what to do ? I imported file to another PC JSON and HTML files and loaded it. Bookmarks are supposed to be ok. However in this case there is another bug - TABS DO NOT OPEN So pls make a brainstorm - 1. on my old PC how to re-load or open anew tabs ? 2. on the new PC how to open tabs ? Regards Maxx

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John99 971 solutions 13138 answers

You could look at your History entries. I wiil be rather messy and not restore the state of tabs but it may insome cases allow you to find sites visited.

That is most likely to be of use if you remember approximately the date of the site visit, and most of the site name. Youmay even search from the ordinary address bar.

You could look at your History entries. I wiil be rather messy and not restore the state of tabs but it may insome cases allow you to find sites visited. That is most likely to be of use if you remember approximately the date of the site visit, and most of the site name. Youmay even search from the ordinary address bar. * see [[Awesome Bar - Find your bookmarks, history and tabs when you type in the address bar#w_changing-results-on-the-fly]]'''_changing-results-on-the-fly'''
jscher2000
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The only file that stores your open windows and tabs during and between Firefox sessions is the sessionstore.js file. When starting a new Firefox session, it is renamed to sessionstore.bak. Accordingly only the immediately previous session is saved and earlier sessions are lost.

The only file that stores your open windows and tabs during and between Firefox sessions is the sessionstore.js file. When starting a new Firefox session, it is renamed to sessionstore.bak. Accordingly only the immediately previous session is saved and earlier sessions are lost.