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I wonder if it is possible that you open the tab where it was during the closing session after restoring a session.

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After I click on restore my last session, I want to also restore on the last tab that I was when I closed my browser. For now, it restore my last session, but I stay on my homepage and open all the tab after. I want to go on my last session and not stay on my homepage.

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Try changing the URL of your home page to https://www.google.ca/ -- in other words, include the https:// (you can edit it using the dialog tab shown in this article: How to set the home page).

I suggest this because Google is now redirecting from http to https and I think when Firefox restores your previous session, it will keep any tab open if the URL has changed. It's a guess, but it's my best guess. ;-)

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Try changing the URL of your home page to https://www.google.ca/ -- in other words, include the https:// (you can edit it using the dialog tab shown in this article: How to set the home page).

I suggest this because Google is now redirecting from http to https and I think when Firefox restores your previous session, it will keep any tab open if the URL has changed. It's a guess, but it's my best guess. ;-)

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Well, thank you very much, it's was the probleme! Now it's opening at the last tab. Again thank you :)