I was trying to test if I could reproduce a bug in a clean profile so I was opening and closing Firefox a lot with my real profile and my clean profile. When I open Firefox with my real profile I get my app tabs and then the landing home page with the session restore button on it. If I do nothing, quit, and then reopen the restore-able session has now become the landing page and my actual session data is lost. There should be a saving of session state that persists beyond empty open/close of the application so that restore session really means it.
So... let's say it again to make sure I got it. 1. Session with A1, A2, A3, T1, T2, T3 (A = app tab, T = normal tab) 2. Quit 3. Start Firefox, A1, A2, A3, about:home 4. Quit 5. Start Firefox A1, A2, A3, about:home 6. Restore previous session A1, A2, A3, about:home Is that right?
Yes, assuming that in point 3 there was a session restore button (that i did not select) which contained the knowledge of T1, T2, T3
Ok. Yea, we don't currently have support for more than 1 previous session.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 637148
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