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Firefox vr. 39.0 Looking at FOXnews.com when I return from a reading, it always takes me to the top of FOX news rather than remembering were I was on the page.

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I'll jump out to read an article, but when I return, the browser always takes me back to the top foxnews rather than go back to were I was. How can I fix this?

    Ron
I'll jump out to read an article, but when I return, the browser always takes me back to the top foxnews rather than go back to were I was. How can I fix this? Ron

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Are you trying to return to the back after clicking the back button? What are you doing in between?

This used to be an issue when the header of the webpage contained "no-cache" hence no cached page. What are your history settings?

I could reproduce this on the page, it reloads, however it did not at first when I disabled Flash for the webpage. If you disable flash, does this also happen?

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Are you trying to return to the back after clicking the back button? What are you doing in between?

This used to be an issue when the header of the webpage contained "no-cache" hence no cached page. What are your history settings?

I could reproduce this on the page, it reloads, however it did not at first when I disabled Flash for the webpage. If you disable flash, does this also happen?

Are you trying to return to the back after clicking the back button? What are you doing in between? This used to be an issue when the header of the webpage contained "no-cache" hence no cached page. What are your history settings? I could reproduce this on the page, it reloads, however it did not at first when I disabled Flash for the webpage. If you disable flash, does this also happen?
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Why not open an article at that website into a new tab by middle-click on the link (or { Ctrl + click } ) and then close that tab when you're done reading. By not going "forward" and back, the original page wouldn't need to reload and should be in the postion where you left it.

Why not open an article at that website into a new '''tab''' by middle-click on the link (or { Ctrl + click } ) and then close that tab when you're done reading. By not going "forward" and back, the original page wouldn't need to reload and should be in the postion where you left it.

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The control click resolved my issue. I do have the "open in new tab" selected but it dosn't seem to work, just by clicking on a news issue. I have to hold down the control key to make it work.

The control click resolved my issue. I do have the "open in new tab" selected but it dosn't seem to work, just by clicking on a news issue. I have to hold down the control key to make it work.
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"open in new tab" do you mean this? Open new windows in a tab instead

unless you have a "tab"-related extension that added that pref to Firefox. If so, see the download page for that extension for a link to their support site.

"open in new tab" do you mean this? '''Open new windows in a tab instead''' ''unless you have a "tab"-related extension that added that pref to Firefox.'' If so, see the download page for that extension for a link to their support site.