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I often view web pages which link to PDFs. Is there a way to ALWAYS show shortcuts for PDFs? Such as the ones shown in the snapshot. Specifically I use "No Spreads", "Odd Spreads", "Even Spreads". These show 1 or 2 pages.

I often view web pages which link to PDFs. Is there a way to ALWAYS show shortcuts for PDFs? Such as the ones shown in the snapshot. Specifically I use "No Spreads", "Odd Spreads", "Even Spreads". These show 1 or 2 pages.
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You can try to set these prefs on the about:config page.

pdfjs.cursorToolOnLoad => CursorTool = {SELECT:0,HAND:1,ZOOM:2};
pdfjs.scrollModeOnLoad => ScrollMode = {UNKNOWN:-1,VERTICAL:0,HORIZONTAL:1,WRAPPED:2};
pdfjs.spreadModeOnLoad => SpreadMode = {UNKNOWN:-1,NONE:0,ODD:1,EVEN:2};

You can open the about:config page via the location/address bar. You can click the button to "Accept the Risk and Continue".

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Thanks for replying cor-el. I've been through the preferences before. What I actually wanted was to show these on the Toolbar, to always see them, just like the Download icon or any add-on that was recently installed.