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Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars

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Firefox is easy to customize. Put your favorite features right where you want them. We'll show you how.
Firefox is easy to customize. Put your favorite features right where you want them. We'll show you how.

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The menu button {for not fx57}[[Image:new fx menu]]{/for}{for fx57}[[Image:Fx57Menu]]{/for} gives you convenient access to your favorite Firefox features. Don't like the default arrangement? It's easy to customize. Is there something you use all the time? Try adding it to the main toolbar. We'll show you how. __TOC__ {for fx57} =Customize the menu or the toolbar= You can change the items that appear in the menu or your toolbar. #Click the menu button [[Image:Fx57Menu]] and choose {button [[Image:57customize-icon.png]] Customize…}. #*A special tab will open which allows you to drag and drop items in or out of the menu and the toolbar. Feel free to experiment with what works best for you. You can always start over by clicking the {button Restore Defaults} button at the bottom of the screen. #;[[Image:57 customize]] #When you are done, click {button Done} button. =Turn on the Title bar, Menu bar or Bookmarks toolbar= ==Turn on the Title bar== #Click the menu button [[Image:Fx57Menu]] and choose {button [[Image:57customize-icon.png]] Customize…}. #Put a check mark next to '''Title Bar''' in the lower left. #Click the {button Done} button. ==Turn on the Menu bar or Bookmarks toolbar== #Click the menu button [[Image:Fx57Menu]] and choose {button [[Image:57customize-icon.png]] Customize…}. #Click the {menu Toolbars} dropdown menu at the bottom of the screen and choose the items you want to display. #Click the {button Done} button. {/for} {for not fx57} =Customize the menu or the toolbar= You can change the items that appear in the menu or your toolbar. #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #*A special tab will open which allows you to drag and drop items in or out of the menu and the toolbar. Feel free to experiment with what works best for you. You can always start over by clicking the {button Restore Defaults} button at the bottom of the screen. #;{for not fx55}[[Image:Customize Fx 29 Win8]]{/for}{for fx55}[[Image:Customize_fx55-win]]{/for} #When you are done, click the green {button Exit Customize} button. {note}'''Note:''' Many add-ons come with buttons that you can add to the menu or toolbar. To learn more, see [[Find and install add-ons to add features to Firefox]].{/note} {for win} =Turn on the Title bar, Menu bar or Bookmarks toolbar= {for fx55} ;[[Image:toolbars-dropdown-menu_fx55]] {/for} '''To turn on the Title bar:''' #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #{for not fx55}Click the {button Title Bar} button{/for}{for fx55}Check the '''Title Bar''' checkbox{/for} in the lower left. #Click the green {button Exit Customize} button. '''To turn on the Menu bar or Bookmarks toolbar:''' #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #Click the {for not fx55}{menu Show / Hide Toolbars}{/for}{for fx55}{menu Toolbars}{/for} dropdown menu at the bottom of the screen and choose the items you want to display. #Click the green {button Exit Customize} button. {/for} {for mac} =Turn on the Title bar or Bookmarks toolbar= '''To turn on the Title bar:''' #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #Click the {button Title Bar} button in the lower left. #Click the green {button Exit Customize} button. '''To turn on the Bookmarks toolbar:''' *Click the {menu View} menu at the top of the screen, go down to {menu Toolbars} and select {menu Bookmarks Toolbar}. {/for} {for linux} =Turn on the Menu bar or Bookmarks toolbar= #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #Click the {menu Show / Hide Toolbars} dropdown menu at the bottom of the screen and choose the items you want to display. #Click the green {button Exit Customize} button. {/for} {/for} =Having problems? = Try restoring the default set of buttons and toolbars by clicking the {button Restore Defaults} button when you are in the customize mode. If that doesn't solve the problem, try these: *[[Refresh Firefox - reset add-ons and settings]] *[[Troubleshoot Firefox issues caused by malware]]
The menu button {for not fx57}[[Image:new fx menu]]{/for}{for fx57}[[Image:Fx57Menu]]{/for} gives you convenient access to your favorite Firefox features. Don't like the default arrangement? It's easy to customize. Is there something you use all the time? Try adding it to the main toolbar. We'll show you how. __TOC__ {for fx57} =Customize the menu or the toolbar= You can change the items that appear in the menu or your toolbar. #Click the menu button [[Image:Fx57Menu]] and choose {button [[Image:57customize-icon.png]] Customize…}. #*A special tab will open which allows you to drag and drop items in or out of the menu and the toolbar. Feel free to experiment with what works best for you. You can always start over by clicking the {button Restore Defaults} button at the bottom of the screen. #;[[Image:Fx57Customize]] #When you are done, click the {button Done} button. {for win} =Turn on the Title bar, Menu bar or Bookmarks Toolbar= #Click the menu button [[Image:Fx57Menu]] and choose {button [[Image:57customize-icon.png]] Customize…}. #*'''To turn on the Title bar''': Put a check mark next to '''Title Bar''' in the lower left. #*'''To turn on the Menu bar or Bookmarks toolbar:''' Click the {menu Toolbars} dropdown menu at the bottom of the screen and choose the toolbars you want to display.<br>[[Image:Fx57Customize-Toolbars]] #Click the {button Done} button. {/for} {for mac} =Turn on the Title bar or Bookmarks Toolbar= '''To turn on the Title bar:''' #Click the menu button [[Image:Fx57Menu]] and choose {button [[Image:57customize-icon.png]] Customize…}. #Click the {button Title Bar} button in the lower left. #Click the {button Done} button. '''To turn on the Bookmarks toolbar:''' *Click the {menu View} menu at the top of the screen, go down to {menu Toolbars} and select {menu Bookmarks Toolbar}. {/for} {for linux} =Turn on the Menu bar or Bookmarks Toolbar= #Click the menu button [[Image:Fx57Menu]] and choose {button [[Image:57customize-icon.png]] Customize…}. #Click the {menu Toolbars} dropdown menu at the bottom of the screen and choose the toolbars you want to display. #Click the {button Done} button. {/for} {/for} {for not fx57} =Customize the menu or the toolbar= You can change the items that appear in the menu or your toolbar. #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #*A special tab will open which allows you to drag and drop items in or out of the menu and the toolbar. Feel free to experiment with what works best for you. You can always start over by clicking the {button Restore Defaults} button at the bottom of the screen. #;{for not fx55}[[Image:Customize Fx 29 Win8]]{/for}{for fx55}[[Image:Customize_fx55-win]]{/for} #When you are done, click the green {button Exit Customize} button. {note}'''Note:''' Many add-ons come with buttons that you can add to the menu or toolbar. To learn more, see [[Find and install add-ons to add features to Firefox]].{/note} {for win} =Turn on the Title bar, Menu bar or Bookmarks Toolbar= {for fx55} ;[[Image:toolbars-dropdown-menu_fx55]] {/for} '''To turn on the Title bar:''' #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #{for not fx55}Click the {button Title Bar} button{/for}{for fx55}Check the '''Title Bar''' checkbox{/for} in the lower left. #Click the green {button Exit Customize} button. '''To turn on the Menu bar or Bookmarks Toolbar:''' #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #Click the {for not fx55}{menu Show / Hide Toolbars}{/for}{for fx55}{menu Toolbars}{/for} dropdown menu at the bottom of the screen and choose the items you want to display. #Click the green {button Exit Customize} button. {/for} {for mac} =Turn on the Title bar or Bookmarks Toolbar= '''To turn on the Title bar:''' #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #Click the {button Title Bar} button in the lower left. #Click the green {button Exit Customize} button. '''To turn on the Bookmarks toolbar:''' *Click the {menu View} menu at the top of the screen, go down to {menu Toolbars} and select {menu Bookmarks Toolbar}. {/for} {for linux} =Turn on the Menu bar or Bookmarks Toolbar= #Click the menu button [[Image:new fx menu]] and choose {button Customize}. #Click the {menu Show / Hide Toolbars} dropdown menu at the bottom of the screen and choose the items you want to display. #Click the green {button Exit Customize} button. {/for} {/for} =Having problems? = Try restoring the default set of buttons and toolbars by clicking the {button Restore Defaults} button when you are in the customize mode. If that doesn't solve the problem, try these: *[[Refresh Firefox - reset add-ons and settings]] *[[Troubleshoot Firefox issues caused by malware]]

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