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losing my session of opened tabs every time firefox updates on ubuntu
I very rarely reopen my apps because I also very rarely power off my laptop and use sleep mode instead (usually times between actual shutdowns are around a week). So ubuntu snap likes to update apps regardless of app being closed or not. And once in a while I get my firefox instance closed without me doing it, this would be fine if after reopening it all my tabs were in the same place (or at least I could restore them), but they all gone. I can't restore a session, I only have my history and have to reopen all of them manually.
Please don't tell me to use laptop like a normal person or that I can just listen to ubuntu warnings about updates and close software once in a while. The point is that I don't have this issue with other browsers (also using chrome and brave). If one of this counterparts shuts down unexpectedly it always suggests to restore your session on startup. I know firefox has this feature, but it seems to not work in this exact scenario.
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Sounds like a snap issue. Try downloading Firefox from Mozilla, run firefox-bin from the folder and see if you have the same issue. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/#product-desktop-release
You can use Sync to send your tabs in the snap Firefox to Mozilla Firefox and then test. I keep Nightly, current version of Firefox, and Waterfox open all my laptops and can only recall losing a session in Nightly many months ago, but because I run several versions of Firefox, I was able to send the tabs from another version of Firefox to Nightly on that laptop. Also running more than 1 version of Firefox, Sync will see the other version(s) as a different device(s) and you can use that like a back up for your data in case 1 browser goes BOOM.