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On Fri, Jun 06, 2003 at 11:36:34AM -0700, Charles McLaughlin wrote:
> If I have Mozilla up and running and open a new window (ctrl+n), the new
> window starts up as a blank window.  I think new windows should go to
> the last page I visited, based on my preferences.
> This happens if I'm logged into Gnome as me or root.  And this happens
> if I use Gnome or KDE.
> I don't think this is a bug -- I probably just broke Mozilla somehow.=20
> btw Galeon doesn't have these problems.  Galeon is my primary browser
> anyway, but I'd still like to fix Mozilla.


  You are probably looking for the "Edit -> Preferences -> Navigator
(main item) -> When Navigator starts up, display -> Last page visited".
This defaults to home page, and also has a blank page option.

  This only effects ctrl-N, not ctrl-T... let me know if that works.

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