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Old March 26th 13, 10:24 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
No_Name
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Default Firefox Home Page Question

I used to always set Firefox to open to a htm file I coded resident on
my hard drive. Specifically - 'c:\myhomepage/htm'.

Now I have installed Firefox19.0.2, and I do not see that capability
now under tools. Has that capability been removed? If not, how do I
do it?

Thanks

Big Fred
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Old July 30th 14, 11:33 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Landon Jameson
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Default Firefox Home Page Question

On Tuesday, March 26, 2013 3:24:55 AM UTC-7, wrote:
I used to always set Firefox to open to a htm file I coded resident on

my hard drive. Specifically - 'c:\myhomepage/htm'.



Now I have installed Firefox19.0.2, and I do not see that capability

now under tools. Has that capability been removed? If not, how do I

do it?



Thanks



Big Fred


I am sorry, Big Fred, but I believe that the feature was removed. I don't even see it now, 11 versions later. But , it is no longer available. I would suggest using Google Chrome or IE8.

 




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