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Multiple warnings when closing multiple tabs!

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It's good to have a warning when you are about to close multiple tabs, but why does the warning have to come up about as many times as the tabs themselves?

Surely one warning is enough! Any way to change that?

Thanks!

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What Firefox version do you use? What sites do you close? Could you please show us a video about that issue? I have no such a problem on FF 77.

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I am on the latest FF and it's been the case with previous versions. Happens with any sites I may have open. I'll post a video in a bit.

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Now this is funny! I am trying to reproduce the problem and it's closing up fine! Did you do some remote magic? ;)

I will have to pay more attention to the tabs that are open when it happens again. Or maybe it has to do with how long they have been open.

I'll post when I have more info.

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Did you get this warning when you try to close Firefox (Firefox -> Quit Firefox) or a Firefox window or only when you used the Tab bar context menu to close multiple tabs ?

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When I quit FF altogether.

BTW, it;'s annoying there is no link to this discussion in the email notification you get for a response!

Modified by DB123

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DB123 said

When I quite FF altogether. BTW, it;'s annoying there is no link to this discussion in the email notification you get for a response!

      When you scroll all the way down you should see  "click here."

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Ah, good call. I thought it referred you to the FF email. Thanks

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DB123 said

Ah, good call. I thought it referred you to the FF email. Thanks

      I'm glad that you found it   (you had me worried there for a minute ....)

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