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Chris Higgins wrote:
| If you have a standard set of tabs, why don't you use the 'multiple
| feature ?
|| Set the home page entry to www.rte.ie|www.cnn.com|www.aol.com and
| you get each site opened up in it's own tab as your home page.
|| No need for any extensions... and I couldn't live without it now.
| You're missing the point - SessionSaver keeps a 'snapshot' of the tabs
you have open on a continual basis. So you can shut down firefox - and
when you open it back up the tabs you were last looking at are reopened.
THis is a completely separate concept to having multiple pages that you
want to open when you start firefox anew (as it were.)
Still - thanks for your tip. I didn't realise you could set multiple
homepages like that - neat trick! :-)
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