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Problem on resume after suspend on Fedora 29

When I return my ideapad 320 from sleep, it seems like my entire GNOME session has been restarted and applications that were open before the suspend are no longer open.

Anyone knows what could it be and how can I resolve that?

It's a clean Fedora 29 install with all updates on a i5-6200U, 4GB RAM and a Kingston 240GB SSD with a 500GB WD HDD

Problem on resume after suspend on Fedora 29

When I return my ideapad 320 from sleep, it seems like my entire GNOME session has been restarted and applications that were open before the suspend are no longer open.

Anyone knows what could it be and how can I resolve that?

It's a clean Fedora 29 install with all updates on a i5-6200U, 4GB RAM and a Kingston 240GB SSD with a 500GB WD HDD

EDIT: I've discovered that GNOME is not locking my session, instead, it's logging me off, but I don't know how to solve this

Problem on resume after suspend on Fedora 29

When I return my ideapad 320 from sleep, it seems like my entire GNOME session has been restarted and applications that were open before the suspend are no longer open.

Anyone knows what could it be and how can I resolve that?

It's a clean Fedora 29 install with all updates on a i5-6200U, 4GB RAM and a Kingston 240GB SSD with a 500GB WD HDD

EDIT: I've discovered that GNOME is not locking my session, instead, it's logging me off, but I don't know how to solve this

EDIT 2: It seems that it is something related to firefox because when I lock / sleep the PC without firefox opened, all goes well, but I still want to solve this 'cause I normally use the sleep with firefox not to forget what I was doing before