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working correctly on macOS Catalina beta also. it seems Apple is upping there game with fixing bugs.
to be perfectly honest, im not sure.
I also have Safari 13 installed, so can't even give you a definitive answer as to where the data was stored....
this folder seems like a likely candidate though:
you can export to SessionRestore JSON or a simple url list using SRExport:
and the export tool is now posted here:
@ptbtex you should be able to restore this folder in Time Machine
if there's no privacy concerns, you could send it to me and I can see what I can do
That would be fantastic!
Not sure how difficult it is or would be to include similar functionality as the Chrome "Session Buddy" extension has, but that one is nearly perfect. Just food for thought
PS: Since there is literally nothing else available on the market for Safari, I'm sure there is demand and willingness to accept a price tag.
sessions are stored in this file:
maybe the file was removed somehow
did you run any maintenance programs?
Onyx, Sierra Cache Cleaner, or something similar
you may be able to restore the sessions if you restore the file with a Time Machine backup.
make sure Safari is closed before restoring the file
I uploaded v8.0.3 to Apple for review a few days ago, and this fixes the tab order. Hopefully it will be reviewed sometime this coming week.