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mduchev
Strollin' around
Status: Delivered

Allow ctrl/cmd + shift + T to be able to restore not only the previously closed tab, but also previously closed session. Very often one can close the browser by mistake and then, when the user opens Firefox again, the same shortcut that is for restoring previous tabs will be very handy in this scenario.

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Status changed to: Delivered
Jon
Community Manager
Community Manager

This has been delivered—check out @mconley's post for more info.

Looking forward to continuing to collaborate with you all here on Mozilla Connect 🙌

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jetse
New member

Is there a way to disable the new behavior? I normally have a few windows open, and do nearly fully separate tasks in them, and this mixing of tab re-opening has started to get really annoying for me

silver886
New member

I think we need a way to disable this new behavior, maybe in `about:config` please?

Whenever I need to reopen a tab from the window which I sure where I closed it, by pressing ctrl/cmd+shift+t, I always be showed by other unrelated windows.
And I have to switch back to the original window and press again, switch back and press, until the tab I need to reopen is there.

It was an excellent simple one-click shortcut, unlike other browser I could mention which only have a single shortcut for all reopening actions.
With this update, it just become annoying for me.

dwellerofvaults
Strollin' around

Please allow the users to revert this behavior back to the old state in a toggle so OP can continue to use the behavior they are used to.

Laurie_ITDev
New member

I agree, please give users a way to revert this change so that Ctrl+Shift+T only opens recently-closed tabs, and leave Ctrl+Shift+N for windows.