Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.6; rv:2.0b8pre) Gecko/20101208 Firefox/4.0b8pre During session restore, the if the http-auth dialog comes up, it should block any remaining tabs or windows from restoring. Instead, the dialog comes up, I start typing my password, and a window/tab takes focus away from the http-auth dialog. It's not critical, but really annoying. I think we should "pause" session restore until action is taken on the http-auth dialog. Steps to Reproduce: 1. Make sure Firefox is set to start with "windows and tabs from last time" 2. Create a session with 10 tabs, 2 windows, and 4 app-tabs 3. One of the tabs near the middle should have loaded a page which requires http-authentication 4. Restart Firefox 5. When the http-auth dialog comes up, start typing your username and password Result: Focus is taken away from the dialog when something is restored after the http-auth dialog appears. Expected: Session restore should wait for action to be taken on the http-auth dialog.
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