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Account Settings panel has disappeared

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When I click into Tools>Account Settings I use to get the Account Settings Panel. Which allowed me to change auto signature settings.

Now I get a small box open up called Account Settings, with Account Actions that only give me the ability to set up new email accounts and not access to my existing email accounts.

How do I get the Account Setting Panel back?

When I click into Tools>Account Settings I use to get the Account Settings Panel. Which allowed me to change auto signature settings. Now I get a small box open up called Account Settings, with Account Actions that only give me the ability to set up new email accounts and not access to my existing email accounts. How do I get the Account Setting Panel back?

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Does Account Settings look any different in safe mode? Hold Shift when you launch TB, or Help/Restart with Add-ons Disabled.

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Does Account Settings look any different in safe mode? Hold Shift when you launch TB, or Help/Restart with Add-ons Disabled.

Does Account Settings look any different in [http://kb.mozillazine.org/Safe_mode safe mode]? Hold Shift when you launch TB, or Help/Restart with Add-ons Disabled.
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Thanks for the help, I opened it in Safe Mode, then clicked the Reset Toolbars & Controls option and it did the trick.

Thanks for the help, I opened it in Safe Mode, then clicked the Reset Toolbars & Controls option and it did the trick.
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prince58B 0 solutions 4 answers

I couldn't fix the problem. Yes, I've got the safe mode, but returning by quit brought me in the same situation without the accounts column

I couldn't fix the problem. Yes, I've got the safe mode, but returning by quit brought me in the same situation without the accounts column
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