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Is there a way to save a restored session (without opening it) to bookmarks?

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I kinda get carried way with opening tabs, like I'll have 50-200 open at any time. And you can imagine what it's like when Firefox crashes and you attempt to restore a crashed session - all the tabs reopen at the same time.

Is there any way to save a crashed session's tabs/windows to bookmarks directly from the restore session list? This would be so useful... sometimes I just want to go to a couple places and then close Firefox, worrying about the crashed session later, and without having to open every single tab in it at once.

I kinda get carried way with opening tabs, like I'll have 50-200 open at any time. And you can imagine what it's like when Firefox crashes and you attempt to restore a crashed session - all the tabs reopen at the same time. Is there any way to save a crashed session's tabs/windows to bookmarks directly from the restore session list? This would be so useful... sometimes I just want to go to a couple places and then close Firefox, worrying about the crashed session later, and without having to open every single tab in it at once.

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Firefox 8 doesn't automatically load all restored tabs all at once, like was done with previous versions of Firefox. I haven't had Firefox 8 crash for me so I haven't seen that new feature first hand, but from what I have read unfocused tabs aren't loaded until you click on those tabs.

You can save all open tabs as a bookmarks, by right-clicking on a Tab and selecting Bookmark All Tabs, but that can't be done after a crash from session history.

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Firefox 8 doesn't automatically load all restored tabs all at once, like was done with previous versions of Firefox. I haven't had Firefox 8 crash for me so I haven't seen that new feature first hand, but from what I have read unfocused tabs aren't loaded until you click on those tabs.

You can save all open tabs as a bookmarks, by right-clicking on a Tab and selecting Bookmark All Tabs, but that can't be done after a crash from session history.

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I didn't know that, but I just saw it in action. I'll add the direct bookmark feature as feedback and hope they implement it someday. If you want Firefox to crash too, just open like an obscene amount of tabs and don't close them. Eventually it will randomly crash. I think anything that is high CPU intensive or cumulative (lots of tabs, lots of media playing, lots of etc) cause it to crash after a while. This goes back to FF3 as well. My last crashed session had 125 tabs open.

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Also interesting!

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It would be very practical if we could choose to save the crashed session as bookmarks into a date-stamped bookmark folder instead of restoring, and even an option to "copy to clipboard" just like "CopyAllurls" does (firefox add-on) - with title and urls, grouped by domain, for example. When a 200+ tabs session crashes, what we need is mostly to not loose track of what we worked with, but not strictly loading them all in one go at startup. Furthermore, whenever we really do load them all, then it would be smarter if Firefox loaded just a certain (configurable figure?) number of tabs, then waits for them to load, and fill in with the next tabs as the currently loading tabs finish. It should not attempt to load all 200+ simultaneously, as that creates other problems. Will look for any existing feature requests about this and chime in there. If anyone has a direct link to relevant feature requests, please post here. Thanks.

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I just wanted to say that I think this is an excellent idea, Leeteq!

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Tools > Options > General > Startup: Don’t load tabs until selected


Set the Integer pref browser.sessionstore.max_resumed_crashes to 0 on the about:config page to get the about:sessionrestore page immediately with the first restart after a crash has occurred or the Task Manager was used to close Firefox.

That will allow you to deselect the tab(s) that you do not want to reopen, but will allow to reopen other tabs.

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