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I lost the tool bar, how do I get it back
Firefox 54,0 32bit tool bar was gone after the latest roboform upgrade.
\I downloaded and earlier version of firefox, the tool bar was back. thanks for your answer.Read this answer in context 👍 1
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The RoboForm toolbar is missing, or one of your other bars?
Please try this: To turn different bars on and off, you can use one of these methods to show the toolbar list and select the desired bars there:
- right-click a blank spot on the tab bar (or the "+" button)
- tap the Alt key to activate the classic menu bar > View > Toolbars
- in Customize mode > Show/Hide Toolbars (see: Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars)
To turn on an add-on toolbar, the Menu Bar, Bookmarks Toolbar, or other bars, click it on the list.
Does that work?
\I downloaded and earlier version of firefox, the tool bar was back. thanks for your answer.
For security reasons, I hope you can update soon. You might search for Roboform here again in the coming days to see if anyone posts a solution, or check with Roboform support.
Hey, what version did you install? Another user is facing this same issue.
I support the concern raised here about the Roboform toolbar having disappeared as a result of unfortunately and undersired changes made to Firefox.
The solution stated here (to return to an earlier version of Firefox or Roboform) does not work for everyone. I tried it and my Firefox brower keeps crashing.
I would like to ask Mozilla to keep this issue open. This issue should NOT be marked as Solved, for it is NOT solved.
Furthermore, lets be clear, Roboform is NOT responsible for this problem. Firefox caused this unhappiness amongst Firefox and Roboform customers because Firefox decided to deprecate the feature on Firefox that made it possible for Siber systems to create the Roboform toolbar that the customers of both Firefox and Roboform want, like and expect.
Sure, Firefox owns its browser and you can do with it as you please if you don't care about your customers. However we are UNHAPPY with the decision and we hope that all this messages are being passed on to the people at Mozilla who took this very unpopular decision that is causing many of us to desperately look for another browser that will fulfill our needs.
As a user of Firefox and Roboform for over a decade I dont think that I am alone in this frustration and I honestly don't think that Mozilla wants all of its Firefox users to remove Firefox and move to another browser.
Perhaps Mozilla didn't realize that their change would cause so much anger and put at risk the use of Firefox by all of its customers. Hopefully somebody can escalate this issue to the right level at Firefox so that they can reconsider.
If none of the moderators in this forum can do that, perhaps you can tell us what is the appropriate avenue for that.
Version 54.0.01 - 64 bit I customize the location of the menu and the bookmarks toolbar. Close Customize. Close Mozilla. restart Mozilla again, Bookmarks are above the menu bar - the "wrong" place.
Open customize - bookmarks is in "proper" location (Under the address bar, etc) Close Customize. Close Mozilla. restart Mozilla again, Bookmarks are above the menu bar - the "wrong" place.
Open customize - bookmarks is in "proper" location (Under the address bar, etc)
lather rinse repeat.
I have deleted prefs.js and variants. I have deleted xul*.json Updated to version 55.
"Not contributory to an enhanced computer/browser experience."
Modified by pyotr
Hi pyotr, the person who started this thread already marked it as solved, and your question seems as though it will involve a lot of additional details. Could you start a new question
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