Description of problem:
Tried to start midori. After going to a brokerage website, the navigation bar disappeared. After right-clicking, I was able to turn the navigation bar display on again, but I had no search bar. At Manage Search Engines, none were present. When I tried to go to http://bugzilla.redhat.com, I had to log, which means I might have lost its cookie, and perhaps all cookies.
I can live without the previous configuration, but I wonder if there's an automatic backup somewhere, in case this problem happens to a user needs the ability to return to his previous midori configuration.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Unknown. Can report if the problem recurs.
midori sessioin data is lost
midori session data should be preserved across logouts.
After reporting this bug, I closed and restarted midori. midori is now working normally, and the Google search bar I had has reappeared.
I wonder if the one site created a new window with no navigation bar/search...
do you recall if it had your tabs still (if any), or if there was another window?
If you go back to that site does this happen again?
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