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that file, gobject.c is the reference to the original source file, not a real file you have. Sorry to possibly go all "windowsy" but have you tried nuking your old profile? or at least move it elsewhere temporarily. also how did you run this update? normally it's a lot cleaner to upgrade it via your distro's packaging system, ie.. Yast for you, rather that firefox installing itself.
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the linuxforums link did the trick.
It seems to be a qt prob, being fearfull as i am instead of deleating the .qt folder in my home directory i renamed it and tried to start firefox and BINGO up it came. of corse it didn't follow my appearance theme so i moved all the files (except the ones with .lock extention) in the old .qt file to the new one and tried again... and all was as it was in normal land.
BTW, it created new files with the .lock extention so i assume the easiest way might be to just delete those.
ps. Acid, it was updated using the suse updater/watcher ,it checks for security updates from suse.