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SillyLilly

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When I open a bunch of pages (in tabs) simultaneously in one window in Firefox, all is fine. However, if I open another window and try to work in it while the first window is loading a bunch of tabs, each time a page/tab loads, it jumps to the top interfering with the new window I'm trying to work in. Any fix for this?
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Why would you want to open another instance of Firefox? The idea of tabs is so you don't have to do this, and it also uses less RAM that way. Considering how long it takes Firefox to start, using tabs instead of opening a new window makes even more sense.

Edited by pip22, 02 November 2007 - 04:32 AM.

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Cuz it's easier to find the page I need in a new window. In the first window in the example above, I'm opening about 40 tabs at once usually. So I open a new window to work in a page that's unrelated to those 40 and which I don't want to accidentally close thinking it's one of those.
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