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What is green puzzle piece/Polly button at end of searchbar?
When I turned on my computer today there is now a green, puzzle piece button placed at the end of my searchbar. See attached When I click on it it says Polly. What is this for ? Why is it showing up now? Do I need it? I'm running Waterfox Classic, but there was no support tab for Waterfox, only Firefox, that's why I had to post the question here. Thank you
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I would assume an extension, but you will have to contact Waterfox support since Waterfox is an unofficial third-party build.
I never knew that Waterfox was not a mozilla product. Let me ask you this, can I use my current Waterfox Classic Profile with the lastest version of Firefox? The only reason that I don't make the switch is because I can't setup the Firefox window to be the same as Waterfox........or can I ? Take a close look at my Waterfox Classic screen shot, See attached, notice how there is no clutter, nothing more than a menu bar, search bar and back & Forward button, AND NO TABS at the top. Is it possible to make Firefox look exactly like this? Thanks
1. I'm not sure you can place the back and forward buttons on the menubar (they are on my url-bar). 2. There is also a menu button on the url-bar. 3. You would need a stylesheet to place tabs at the bottom of the screen. AFAIK you can get one online.
Thanks So far I found this that may work in having the tabs placed in the bottom task bar......haven't tried it yet. I want to try and clean up everything else first. In WaterFox when I click on Customize I get a "Additional Tools and Features" window that I can drag the tools that I don't want down into for later use if I change my mind, see attached. However, I just installed latest version of Firefox and when I go into customize there is no such "Additional Tools and Features" window. How do I remove all the crap/tools from the top that I will never use? There is no place to drag them off to.