Why Can't I Thank The Guy Who Helped Me Solve My Problem
A week or so ago, I posted a problem related to FFox not starting with my last session, when it's what I have saved in my preferences - - Well Thanks to cor-el (who is listed with an incredible 73,525 posts!) I checked http://kb.mozillazine.org/Preferences_not_saved & found I had 2! prefs.js files - naturally (thanks to MacroSloth) in 2 different locations, so as soon as I deleted the older 1 & restarted FFox, it immediately came back with my latest session, just the way I wanted
I suggest if anybody has a similar problem with FFox not starting with their latest session (when it's what you have set), then you might find the perfect solution is to check whether you have 2 prefs.js files & to delete the older
Anyway, I wanted to post my gratitude To Cor-El for the lead which led to the solution, but the mozilla support site kept telling me, after I jumped thru the hoops they set up, how I couldn't post the reply (namely these thanks to cor-el) I wanted, so I've had to resort to this work around, by posting this question : why couldn't I post my thanks on the thread itself?
Not sure how often
== I tried to thank cor-el for his help
support.mozilla.org is being redesigned to fix these issues. You can always create a free account here to have unlimited access to the public forums. It's very easy, and you don't have to post as a guest anymore. It also makes it easy for you to answer other users' questions, if you want to help support.mozilla.org (SUMO, for short).
Here's a link about the redesign:
There's loads more stuff too. :)