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Why do I get both my pinned tabs and my home page tabs at startup?

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  • 最近回覆由 crf112

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My home page consists of two sites (tabs) and are set to show at startup. Everything worked as expected until I pinned both tabs. Now, at startup I get four tabs, the two pinned tabs and the two unpinned tabs from the home page. This IS NOT what I expected.

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Type about:preferences#general<enter> in the address bar.

There are two settings;

  • When Firefox Starts

When the browser is started, what do you want to display. Many of us choose Show My Home Page.

  • Home Page

When a new page is opened, what do you want displayed.

  1. Use Current Page. Use what ever page(s) are open at that time.
  2. Use Bookmark
  3. Restore To Default. about:home shows a Mozilla home page with tools.

You can use any of these that you wish;

about:home (Firefox default home page), about:newtab (shows the sites most visited), about:blank (a blank page),

or you can enter any web page or about: page you want.

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Firefox will open at least one normal tab when started if all normal tabs were closed, but should select a pinned tab if you close Firefox with a pinned tab selected. In your case you have set to home pages, so both pages will be opened as normal tabs. You would have to set the startup page to a blank page (about:blank) to have only one tab opening.


The Copy and Cut an Paste items in the Edit menu and in the "3-bar" Firefox menu button drop-down list should work for the location bar as well. There is no context menu item apart from Select All, the keyboard shortcuts works and can be used instead.

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Since my home pages and my pinned tabs were the same, I expected to see only my pinned tabs. about:newtab comes the closest to what I expected so that is what I will use. Thanks for the replies.

I suggest adding a new option in preferences to open AND PIN the home page(s).