Firefox: there is not "warn on close" for private windows?
- Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2018 08:06:22 -0300
- From: Balaco ocalaB <ocalab@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Firefox: there is not "warn on close" for private windows?
A bit old discussion I found, but have a few (still) useful pointers:
All I found is seen in about:config by searching for:
Firefox normal windows warn me before I close them. And they can be
completely reopened in the "History" menu! But private windows do not do
both - and sometimes a click slips from me when trying to resize them.
And when the (last) private window closes, all private cache and cookies
are cleared, and that may *not* be wanted. And is very annoying when
done in the middle of something. I want to make that harder to happen.
One setting that was not initially set, months ago, I think, was: not to
close the window if I close the last tab. Fine, this works if I close
the *last private TAB* - the window is kept open, and an empty tab is
opened after the one I closed. But I want to always have to click
somewhere else the [X] to have the *window* closed. That x in a square
is too hot, too magnetic.
Do you have suggestions?
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