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when you close this tab and reopen why does loads for awhile and doesnt come back?

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what do you mean?
it has the load sighn in the middle saying it loading and never comes back on
when you click refresh?

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i have to click F5 in order to make it come back on
I'm not entirely sure what you're talking about. What browser are you using?
Ok, what exactly do you do to trigger this problem. You close a tab, then open a new tab, then type in and hit enter?
no i reopen the same tab
Ok, any chance you can tell me what version of Firefox you're using?
you copy URL then close tab then open new tab paste URL and click enter? :D
there is different types
how can i tell?
I can help you do that. Are you on Mac or Windows?
click help and about firefox
Then do what Tomas said. Click Help -> About Firefox.
jesusisrisen: Give me a few minutes to test on my machine.
This is working fine for me in Firefox 9.0.1. I can't cause it to happen. So what I suspect is that our code isn't getting re-run when you reopen the tab. This can be fixed by hitting refresh after the tab comes back.
i have to hit refresh or home in order to come back
i do have multiple tabs up.Could that be the problem?

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