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how can i remove the show history button/arrow on the adressbar?

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i don't want that button, I've already managed to remove the 3 dots page actions button near it using userChrome.css code but I've found no code for this one

i don't want that button, I've already managed to remove the 3 dots page actions button near it using userChrome.css code but I've found no code for this one
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Danny Colin 5 løsninger 12 svar

protojunk said

how can i remove the show history button/arrow on the adressbar?

Are you referring to the forward and back arrow? If yes, you can add the following code snippet to your userChrome.css:

#back-button, #forward-button { display: none; }

Note: Keep in mind that userChrome.css isn't officially supported and that it can break when you update to a newer Firefox version.

''protojunk [[#question-1270097|said]]'' <blockquote> how can i remove the show history button/arrow on the adressbar? </blockquote> Are you referring to the forward and back arrow? If yes, you can add the following code snippet to your userChrome.css: <nowiki> #back-button, #forward-button { display: none; } </nowiki> '''Note''': Keep in mind that userChrome.css isn't officially supported and that it can break when you update to a newer Firefox version.

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jscher2000
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I think it's this one:

<xul:image anonid="historydropmarker" class="urlbar-history-dropmarker urlbar-icon chromeclass-toolbar-additional" tooltiptext="Show history"/>

You could try:

#urlbar .urlbar-history-dropmarker {
  display: none !important;
}

By the way, what is your rule for the Page Actions menu button? It seems to have left a large gap. If you are using visibility: hidden that doesn't collapse the space an element occupies. You can instead use visibility: collapse or display: none to recover that space.

I think it's this one: &lt;xul:image anonid="historydropmarker" class="urlbar-history-dropmarker urlbar-icon chromeclass-toolbar-additional" tooltiptext="Show history"/> You could try: <pre>#urlbar .urlbar-history-dropmarker { display: none !important; } </pre> By the way, what is your rule for the Page Actions menu button? It seems to have left a large gap. If you are using '''visibility: hidden''' that doesn't collapse the space an element occupies. You can instead use '''visibility: collapse''' or '''display: none''' to recover that space.
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