What should browser.newtab.myhome value be?

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What should browser.newtab.myhome value be?

Unread post by Frula » 2019-01-08, 23:36

I screwed it up. What would the default value be? Thanks.

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Re: What should browser.newtab.myhome value be?

Unread post by Isengrim » 2019-01-09, 00:25

You can reset a preference to its default value by right-clicking the setting in about:config and selecting "Reset". Be warned, if it is a user-added or extension-added preference, it will be deleted.
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Re: What should browser.newtab.myhome value be?

Unread post by Frula » 2019-01-11, 22:39

Aha, thank you.

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Re: What should browser.newtab.myhome value be?

Unread post by Isengrim » 2019-01-11, 23:13

Happy to help. :thumbup:
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