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    Default Firefox vanished when minimised

    Just done with the fresh install and this time I am using KDE.

    Here's the details:-

    openSUSE 12.3
    Firefox 22.0
    KDE 4.10.5 release 1

    Minimizing firefox definitely will make it disappeared and I lost all my works when this happen, only for firefox but other applications (chrome, dolphin, etc etc) working very well.

    Is there any workaround with this?

    Thanks.
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    Default Re: Firefox vanished when minimised

    solved it by disabling some of the add-ons, now I am getting my FF back again
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    Default Re: Firefox vanished when minimised

    Help > Restart with Add-ons Disabled is a good starting point to troubleshooting Firefox, SeaMonkey, and Thunderbird problems.

    Have you tried enabling the disabled extensions one by one to determine which extension caused the problem?

    Would you like to share with the rest of us the extensions you disabled to solve your problem. It would help others with the same problem.
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    Default Re: Firefox vanished when minimised

    Quote Originally Posted by rafter22 View Post
    Help > Restart with Add-ons Disabled is a good starting point to troubleshooting Firefox, SeaMonkey, and Thunderbird problems.

    Have you tried enabling the disabled extensions one by one to determine which extension caused the problem?

    Would you like to share with the rest of us the extensions you disabled to solve your problem. It would help others with the same problem.
    The add-on I am using in firefox is adblock plus, downthemall and the culprit was mintrayr for downthemall https://tn123.org/mintrayr/

    Hope that helps
    Intel i5 4590 (Haswell), MSI B85M-G43, MSI GTX750Ti, Leap 15.1, Gnome 3.26 on 120GB SSD

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