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New tab crashes upon opening

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Hi there. Whenever I open a new tab, it crashes, meaning that the rest of the browser keeps working fine but it is unable to load the contents of about:newtab and replaces them with a crash error. I have been tinkering around with the settings and found out it only happens when "shortcuts" is turned on for New tab. If turned off, New tab loads normally. Full disclosure: I am using Nightly on a computer nearly (but not totally) supported by Windows 11. No Nightly experiments that I think should interfere with a new tab are turned on. Thank you for your time.

Hi there. Whenever I open a new tab, it crashes, meaning that the rest of the browser keeps working fine but it is unable to load the contents of about:newtab and replaces them with a crash error. I have been tinkering around with the settings and found out it only happens when "shortcuts" is turned on for New tab. If turned off, New tab loads normally. Full disclosure: I am using Nightly on a computer nearly (but not totally) supported by Windows 11. No Nightly experiments that I think should interfere with a new tab are turned on. Thank you for your time.
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Update: Safe Mode doesn't fix it and I have found another instance where this happens, namely trying to open https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi to report a bug. However, creating a new Firefox profile solves the issue (at least when opening a new tab, I didn't try it with the bug report website). I know someone might answer that I should just report a bug but it actually doesn't let me lol, plus I thought maybe there is a simple solution someone knows around here.

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Update 2: deleting browser history, cache, cookies... doesn't work.

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Update 3: ok, this is caused by having both "shortcuts" for new tab and privacy.resistFingerprinting turned on. If anybody has any input on how to fix that, I'd appreciate it. Thanks eitherway!

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Disable resistFingerprinting. It serves no useful purpose, causes problems and makes you more readily identifiable.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-protection-against-fingerprinting