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resize location bar for bookmarks toolbar space?

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how can i resize the location bar more narrow so i can put more icon on my bookmarks toolbar?as you can see i customize my bookmark toolbar beside on the location bar but the problem is some of my icons gets hide because of the location bar is more wider than bookmarks toolbar

how can i resize the location bar more narrow so i can put more icon on my bookmarks toolbar?as you can see i customize my bookmark toolbar beside on the location bar but the problem is some of my icons gets hide because of the location bar is more wider than bookmarks toolbar
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The address bar in Firefox will automatically shrink to fit your items that you want to put there, so there's no need to manually edit the width of the bar. However, Firefox sometimes automatically puts new icons into the overflow menu.

To remove items from the overflow menu and put that on the toolbar instead, you can press the menu button in Firefox and select Customize... from that menu. Then you can drag and drop any items from the overflow menu directly onto the toolbar.

See Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars for more information.

Hope this helps.

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The address bar in Firefox will automatically shrink to fit your items that you want to put there, so there's no need to manually edit the width of the bar. However, Firefox sometimes automatically puts new icons into the overflow menu.

To remove items from the overflow menu and put that on the toolbar instead, you can press the menu button in Firefox and select Customize... from that menu. Then you can drag and drop any items from the overflow menu directly onto the toolbar.

See Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars for more information.

Hope this helps.