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Recently (version ~100) sites that I visit are being added automatically to my homepage as shortcuts. I've tried all different options under Settings -> Homepage but no matter what it adds them.

Attached I have a screenshot of my settings. The only two sites that should appear on the homepage are the 'Resnet' and 'WRGA' but whenever I browse it adds the additional sites and I have to keep going back and deleting every single entry one at a time.

This is a new issue for me. I don't have any plugins installed. I have tried clearing FF cache, data, and even reinstalled. I also tried disabling FF sync.

Recently (version ~100) sites that I visit are being added automatically to my homepage as shortcuts. I've tried all different options under Settings -> Homepage but no matter what it adds them. Attached I have a screenshot of my settings. The only two sites that should appear on the homepage are the 'Resnet' and 'WRGA' but whenever I browse it adds the additional sites and I have to keep going back and deleting every single entry one at a time. This is a new issue for me. I don't have any plugins installed. I have tried clearing FF cache, data, and even reinstalled. I also tried disabling FF sync.

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Well, sorry. Another issue is FF won't upload jpg or PNG files ... Or maybe files that are 110k (yes, K) are too big.

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Hi,

I have looked into this and have been advised that it is a new feature that we have included in Firefox 100 that brings the same experience that users see in Firefox on the desktop.

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