How can one suppress the "about:privatebrowsing" window?
Every time I run firefox (always from the command line; I don't run any GUI like Gnome or KDE), Firefox opens a window called "about:privatebrowsing" in addition to the window I asked for. How can I eliminate this window so that it never comes up without recompiling the whole program?
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I want to know that to. Very annoying indeed.....
What is the value of the pref browser.privatebrowsing.dont_prompt_on_enter on the about:config page?
You can open about: pages via the location bar like you open a website.