From: Paul O’Shannessy <p...@oshannessy.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2011 10:45:10 -0800
Local: Tues, Feb 22 2011 1:45 pm
Subject: Re: The train-wreck of not telling users where their session has gone
On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 8:28 AM, Mike Beltzner <beltz...@mozilla.com> wrote:This isn't quite right... We distinguish between explicitly quitting
> Firefox 3.0 -> 3.6 : on quit, users with multiple windows & tabs would be asked if they wanted to "Save and Quit", "Quit" or "Cancel" with an option to never be asked again. Selecting "Save and Quit" would result in the next browser start to initiate a session restore.
> Firefox 4: on quit, users with multiple windows & tabs are asked to confirm that they wish to close all windows and tabs. When the browser is next started up, the History Menu will contain an option to "Restore Previous Session". Additionally, about:home will look like this: http://grab.by/95BX with a button that can be clicked to restore the user's previous session.
(cmd-q, file > exit) and closing the last window.
You can restore 3.0 -> 3.6 behavior very easily: set
We carry over the behavior that if your session will be restored on
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