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why doesn't my browser look like the one shown on the website for Firefox 4?

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On the home page for the new Firefox 4 the browser shown does not look anything like the browser I get when I log on to FF. Why is that? It is different from the previous update, Firefox 3 etc. but nothing at all like the one shown that says my browser should now look like that.

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If you visit the page on a Windows machine,the screenshot is of FF 4 on Windows 7, with Aero Glass, even if you're on XP, for example.

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Right click a blank part of the tab bar and click "Menu Bar" to remove it. You should now be able to see the orange Firefox button on the left. See screenshot for both versions.

If you want to move tabs to below the location bar like you see in the screenshot, click "Tabs On Top" in the same menu.

If that's not what you mean, please upload a screenshot to illustrate what you're getting at.

See also: https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/home

Geändert am von Xircal

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If you are talking about the Firefox button, it'll only be shown as default in Windows 7 and Vista. If you want the button instead of the full menu bar, you can go to: View > Toolbars and UNCHECK the Menu Bar.

And if you want the Tab Strip on the top instead of the bottom, go to: View > Toolbars and CHECK "Top Position".

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Thank you for the information. I now have the orange Firefox button and the star button for bookmarks on my screen. I don't have anything for add-on manager but that's OK. I prefer having the menu bar but would like to keep the icon for bookmarks but it goes away when I put the menu bar back on. Guess it has to be one way or the other.

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I use this code in userChrome.css to make that button visible and place the button at the left end of the tab bar.

Add code to userChrome.css below the @namespace line.


@namespace url("http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul"); /* only needed once */

/* remove button text and always display */
#bookmarks-menu-button .toolbarbutton-text {display:none!important}
#bookmarks-menu-button-container {display:-moz-box!important}