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Hi, I have started to use firefox 0.9.3, and love the tabs, that mozilla has started using. The only problem i've got, is that i have got used to keeping ...
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    Firefox tabs


    Hi,

    I have started to use firefox 0.9.3, and love the tabs, that mozilla has started using. The only problem i've got, is that i have got used to keeping several tabs open symultaneously, with usefull things on like tv listings, the weater (have to in england!). However it is really annoying when i reboot, or restart X, as i need to load each tab up individually again. Now i know this isn't a huge problem, but i was wondering if it was possible to start firefox, and open several tabs with my commonly used pages on?

    Thanks again in advance for all your help.

    DPH

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    yeah
    just set up your home page for tabs (i know this is possible in 1.0):
    in the homepage url field:
    -lakerdonald

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    Excellent!

    Thanx very much, works a dream!

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    i don't know if it's from a plugin or if firefox coems defaulted with this option, but when i go under a bookmarks folder there is a "Open in tabs" option that will open all bookmarks in that folder in their own tabs.

    I realize you got your situation worked out, but I just thought I'd throw this tidbit out there too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raublekick
    i don't know if it's from a plugin or if firefox coems defaulted with this option, but when i go under a bookmarks folder there is a "Open in tabs" option that will open all bookmarks in that folder in their own tabs.

    I realize you got your situation worked out, but I just thought I'd throw this tidbit out there too.
    Are you talking about Live Bookmarks? And yes that does come as default with Firefox 1.0
    -lakerdonald

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    All bookmark folders have a "open in tabs" option at the bottom.

    Create a folder named main in your "bookmarks toolbar folder", then bookmark all your favorite sites there.

    Then click main->open in tabs, and all of your pages will load.
    --monkey

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