Can't remove no longer open windows still being shown in the 'Window' menu drop down
Hello, I have an issue that I haven't found a fix to. I used a Time Machine backup to transfer settings from my old Mac to a new one. When I first opened the Firefox Browser 107.0.1 (64-bit) running on MAC OS 12.6.1, it opened the last 3x windows I had open on the previous machine. Unfortunately, I actually had 8 windows originally open. Now those other 5x windows are still showing in the 'Window' menu drop down, but they no longer exist. I can't switch to them and I can't re-create them. How can I clear this list and/or update it to only those which are actually open?
I have already cleared the cache, cleared the history, deleted all cookies, etc. I'm hoping there is some trick or script I can run to reset this. Perhaps one of the Mac OS library files? I'm sure there are some erroneous orphan files located from previous installs.
Thanks for any help you can provide. Regards, Tony
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A quick update. I just found out that my Bookmarks are no longer saving. I have all of my original bookmarks, but I just tried to save a new one and the bookmarks manager isn't allowing me to add a new bookmark. It opens the 'new' mini-window, but everything is just blank. I also can't click on the star to make it a yellow new bookmark. It's almost as if my bookmarks are in a 'read-only' mode.