Address Bar works on one user account and not on the other
I've trawled through so many forums to find an answer to my problem - perhaps it's quite unique.
About a year ago my firefox address bar's autocomplete stopped working at all. I have the latest version and I've tried all the tricks around dumping the cache etc. Anyway, I got a new Mac yesterday and I opened up Firefox and everything worked as it should - great.
However, I moved all my files/settings/applications etc across from my ole mac via migration assistant and now firefox does not work properly on that user account. So, I have two user accounts on the same mac, both running the same software applications. The user account with all the old files etc is the one I want to continue to use but Firefox won't work properly on it.
I've uninstalled and reinstalled, updated the version, cleared the cache...everything I can think of.
I'm sick of Chrome crashing on me.
Can anyone help???
This can be a problem with the file places.sqlite that stores the bookmarks and the history.Funda le mpendulo ngokuhambisana nalesi sihloko 0
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1 year ago
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This can be a problem with the file places.sqlite that stores the bookmarks and the history.
Thanks that worked! - that had been driving me mad for months now.