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|User since||March 18, 2012|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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If Firefox is set via about:config to: "browser.tabs.closeWindowWithLastTab" False, then after installing this addon and restarting Firefox, the page will then continually reload.
If I reset "browser.tabs.closeWindowWithLastTab" to True, then this behavior stops, but I don't want it set to True, so I have gone back to using version 0.3.4.
Opening the Add-ons tab via Firefox Tools/Add-ons, while about:config "browser.tabs.closeWindowWithLastTab" is set to False, should be enough to duplicate the page reload problem, if not try clicking on the last tab close button, then maximizing the Add-ons tab again.
Also setting the page to open about:home gives an invalid page error and opens nothing.
*[Using Firefox 3.6.28]* and sticking with it, as this old PC can't run the latest versions of Firefox.
*I won't down rate this Add-on because the old version works just fine and it has been very useful to me.
If you have the add-on "HTTPS Everywhere" installed and it is set to give you a secure connection to youtube, then Complete YouTube Saver WILL NOT WORK!, you will need to disable the secure connection to youtube via "HTTPS Everywhere" options, once done, then manually remove the 's' from 'https' in the videos address on youtube in the address bar of your browser (if you still have the video open!), then click on the arrow to load the page and check that you now have a http connection instead of https one!, then Complete YouTube Saver should work as the author intended it to.
If you do the above, then any future pages that you open on youtube should automatically load up in http instead of https.