I tried changing the about:config line url:blank but that didn't work. Screw FunMoods.
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How to get rid of Funmoods that you installed?
See my answer to a similar question here --> https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/930985
You may also need to reset the New Tab Page default using about:config if Funmoods continues to show as your New Tab Page after performing the instructions in the post shown above:
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The link that I posted above to a prior question contains additional information that might me helpful to you including the link posted by cor-el immediately below,
The answer was UNISTALL FUNMOODS as you might think. I know better than install that crap. That doesn't absolve them.
Can anyone offer help to a Mac user? I have removed the add-on and toolbar and reset my home page but a new tab still opens in funmoods. Can someone give me Mac specific instructions????
Well, well ! I just saw a "remove" link on the new tab that opened with funmoods instead of my default. A second new tab opened with an entirely blank page - not my home page, as I would prefer, but at least not funmoods! Will see if it holds.
The advice for removing funmoods did not help me for the following reasons:
(1) using about:config, finding keyword.url, right-clicking finds that reset is grayed out. (2) finding browser.newtab.url, reset is also grayed out.
I'm using Firefox 13.0.1 on a PC with Windows 7 64-bits.
I have also used Malwarebytes -- it found 9 (?) entries for funmoods and deleted them.
I have used Wise Registry Cleaner to clean the registry as well. Still, funmoods opens in each new tab.
Try to reset the funmoods prefs on the about:config page.
If you do not keep changes after a restart then see: