I used to be on Opera fan but since I download FF 1.0 I am very happy with\nit and am about to switch, keeping Opera as a second choice.\nMy FF runs under W98 SE, and I customized it with a few extensions.\nHowever, some problems remain:\n\n1) A very nice feature in Opera is the ability to save/retrieve multiple\npages in a so-called "session". Moreover, when Opera crashes, it gives you\nthe choice to restart with a blank page, your homepage or where it hung up,\nand it retrieves your windows even if it is offline.\nIs it possible to do so in Firefox? I tested an extension names\n"SessionSaver", which has many good features, but:\n- it does not comply with rules of the Bookmark Manager of Firefox 1.0\n- it leads to some incompatility with another extension I use "TabBrowser\nPreferences": I cannot close the last window, and thus it always starts\nwith the last window.\n- "SessionSaver" is quite hard to uninstall completely, although I finally\ndid it.\nSolution ?\n\n2) As mentioned in someone else's post, impossibility to use RSS Live\nBookmarks for my own sites. I always get the feeds for BBC, and I can't get\nrid of it.\n\n3) Maybe it is a Windows problem and not a Firefox one. Using TabBrowser\npreferences, I have been able to open "external" links (those you click\nfrom your email program for instance) in a new tab rather than in a new\nwindow. However, it would be nice if the focus remained on the email\nprogram (for example) and not be set on Firefox. How can I do this ?\n\n4) Does anybody know how to change the icon of Windows that Firefox appears\nwith in the toolbar of Windows, or when you use the Alt+Tab Combination ?