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This doesn't happen with FF2, only FF3 RC3. And since the final version of FF3 is coming out in a couple of days, I don't know if this will be fixed.

When I go to google.com and click on iGoogle it shows iGoogle. Then when I go to a different page, for example OCN, and then go back to google.com, it does not show iGoogle; instead it shows the classic Google home page. It's supposed to show iGoogle all the time if I set it once.

When I close FF and open it, it makes me sign into google each time. So I'm guessing FF3 isn't letting Google store cookies on my computer, as it's only happening with google.

I've checked the exceptions list and google isn't blocked. So why would FF3 be blocking Google cookies?? Is this happening to anyone else?

Edit: on a side note, FF3 seems way slower than FF2, but I don't know if this is because Fasterfox isn't installed or another reason. Also, Gmail doesn't load any faster than it did with FF2, and I read on a bunch of sites that Gmail is multiple times faster in FF3.
Edited by Boris4ka - 6/12/08 at 7:45pm
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