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I can't go from page to page on some sites,in version 91. Sample site: https://akizukidenshi.com/catalog/default.aspx It can't go from home page to category page. By the way, I can move without problems on Google Chrome.

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Make sure you are not blocking content.

Diagnose Firefox issues using Troubleshoot(Safe) Mode {web link}

A small dialog should appear. Click Start In Troubleshoot(Safe) Mode (not Refresh). Is the problem still there?


https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enhanced-tracking-protection-firefox-desktop


Many site issues can be caused by corrupt cookies or cache.

Warning ! ! This will log you out of sites you're logged in to. You may also lose any settings for that website.

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It did not recover when I booted into troubleshooting mode or deleted the cookies and cache. As a result of various trials, I found that it works normally when the history setting

is changed from "Never remember history" to "Remember history".

In previous versions, it worked fine even if the setting was "Never remember history". Just I believe. The above is the analysis result. Now I just set the History setting "Use custom settings for history and checked "Remember search and form history, Clear history when Firefox closes". For the time being, this issue has been resolved.

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Sounds odd to me. That setting should not cause such an issue.

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"Sounds odd to me. That setting should not cause such an issue." You said, I think so, too. But that's what's really happening. However, it does not happen on all sites, but on specific sites.

It is a new discovery, but if it set "Use custom settings for history" 

and uncheck all the displayed items, the history will not be saved and will work normally.

Photo Setting1 is "Never remember history" In this case, when Firefox is started for the first time, 

only the first click works normally. After that, clicking the item does not respond any more.

The photo homepage1 and page2 and 3 show this situation. 

It does not respond any more when click any item on the "photo page3". The Firefox does not send request command to the net in this situation.

When setting as shown in Photo Setting2, it works very normally.

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This issue is not a profiler crash. Because, after refreshing Firefox and confirming that it works normally, if it set the history setting to "never remember history", the same problem will occur again. As I mentioned last time, this phenomenon only occurs on the specific websites listed below. Furthermore, if the above setting is set to "Remember history" again, it will work normally.

("https://diamond.jp/articles/", "https://akizukidenshi.com/catalog/")

"Always use private browsing mode" and "never remember history" seem to be in the same mode, so it seems to be the same issue as the posting below.

I found a post with a similar issue, so I'll post it below.

( "Hi, When I visit https://messages.google.com/web/authentication with Firefox's history setting set to "never remember history", a blank white screen loads. The following custom settings allow for the site to function as expected: Always use private browsing mode unchecked Remember browsing and download history unchecked Remember search and form history unchecked Clear history when Firefox closes checked with all of the settings for this option as checked However, when the following Firefox history setting is changed the site becomes nonfunctional: Always use private browsing mode checked I am a security conscious user who would prefer to have Firefox never remember my history at all times." )

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