Created attachment 359476 [details]
when it's unusable
Description of problem:
I've installed fresh Fedora 11 and used my old home from Fedora 10 (including .mozilla directory). Now every time I start firefox for a first time after a machine bootup I have only grey text "Search Bookmarks and History" in URL edit box (see attachment). I can type whatever here but after pressing "enter" nothing happens, text is still grey. The only solution is to open a new tab - it's working. After that the original tab is working too.
vacuum did not help. Disabling all extensions did not help. Creating a new profile helped.
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Still in F12...
Just so I understand, your firefox (mozilla) profile created during Fedora 10 is not usable in 11 and newer?
Fedora Bugzappers volunteer triage team
I think we're not going to fix it.