How do I replace the 'hidden icons' that have re-aranged themselves on the bottom of my screen? As well, the list of 'saved pages' seem to have disappeared too..help!
Not sure about my question, except that things have disappeared from my screen, hidden icons, also my list of 'saved' pages, ( they were on a line underneath the google box), where I can drag important 'saved' pages, for reference, have also disappeared. Also the hidden icons are now doubled in size! How can I fix this, please? I am using Firefox as my browser & am using WIN 10. Thanks from an old person!
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I not sure if this is exactly your issue, but here is my first advice. Right-click an empty spot to the right of the address bar (it's near the top) in Firefox and make sure "Bookmarks Toolbar" has a check mark beside it. If it doesn't, and I'll bet it probably doesn't, go ahead and click on that option and it should turn into a blue check mark. You now should have that function again.
Here are in depth instructions for the customization of Bookmarks in Firefox:
Thank you so much! With regard to the overflow menu, I had to make my fonts larger, as my left eye is almost blind now, & as I'm old, I don't think the Aussie Govt will spring for another eye op! Now those icons are in a double row! Is there anyway I can remove some of them? I guess I mean do I need them? If it's not possible, well, c'est la vie! Stay safe! Blessings from Sydney, Aust...
As far as too many icons, I would suggest making some folders (a bit of organization) in that Bookmarks toolbar and dragging those icons into their new homes with a names on the folders that makes sense to you. If you no longer need some of the icons just right-click and select delete. Voila!
On the eye thing; At least you guys have national health care, no such luck here in the U.S. yet. My family came from Australia to the U.S. in the early 1960's. Still have some family in Australia. Cheers!
Can you attach a screenshot?
- use a compressed image type like PNG or JPG to save the screenshot
Do you mean the tiles on the Firefox Home page (about:home and about:newtab) ?
You can adjust the numbers of rows in each of the sections.