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No Bookmark Button on Nexus One.

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Every screen shot of Fennec I find has a bookmarks button to the left of the address bar, but I've installed it on my Nexus One, and while I can add bookmarks (with the star icoon), I can't view them. How do you enable the bookmark button on Fennec?

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Readability, Youtube Enabler, Weave

Every screen shot of Fennec I find has a bookmarks button to the left of the address bar, but I've installed it on my Nexus One, and while I can add bookmarks (with the star icoon), I can't view them. How do you enable the bookmark button on Fennec? == Extensions installed: == Readability, Youtube Enabler, Weave

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The button to the left of the address bar in Firefox for Maemo is actually a "switch task" button. It's not included in Firefox for Android because Android uses the "Home" button on the phone rather than an on-screen control for switching activities.

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Tap on the URLBar. The "awesomebar" should be displayed. The first item in the results list is "See all bookmarks". Tap that item to browse your bookmarks.

Tap on the URLBar. The "awesomebar" should be displayed. The first item in the results list is "See all bookmarks". Tap that item to browse your bookmarks.

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Well that works - still seems weird that other versions of Fennec out there would have the button and this one wouldn't.

Thank you!

Well that works - still seems weird that other versions of Fennec out there would have the button and this one wouldn't. Thank you!
Matt Brubeck 145 solutions 1390 answers

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The button to the left of the address bar in Firefox for Maemo is actually a "switch task" button. It's not included in Firefox for Android because Android uses the "Home" button on the phone rather than an on-screen control for switching activities.

The button to the left of the address bar in Firefox for Maemo is actually a "switch task" button. It's not included in Firefox for Android because Android uses the "Home" button on the phone rather than an on-screen control for switching activities.