Since I can't install Google toolbar on the newer versions of Firefox, is there any way to do a search for words on web page that will highlight the results?
Better yet, how do I install Google toolbar on the newer versions of Firefox?
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hello shiningbigseawater, CTRL + F should do the trick
Modified by philipp
Check this out.
Dear, shiningbigseawater,Mozilla 22 no longer supported google toolbar, please read this: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/google-toolbar-no-longer-compatible-with-firefox#w_how-can-i-add-other-google-toolbar-features-to-firefox.
you can download an add-on from Mozilla from here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/googlebar-lite/ .
if you sort out this please make a post. thanks
Modified by cbaba20
cbaba20, it is the other way as it was Google that stopped supporting Firefox with their toolbar with Firefox 4.0 being the last. It was stated in the first two links of the sumo article you linked to. Google announced this a month after the Firefox 5.0 release.