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Orange bar in the tab area and surrounded by another title bar

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Can someone tell me why my interface looks like this? http://i283.photobucket.com/albums/kk293/TheOriginalName/Untitled2.png The windows title bar is still there, and the orange bar is beside the tab area. Opera and Chrome are fine on my computer though. Windows 7 of course.

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

== Firefox 4b1

Can someone tell me why my interface looks like this? http://i283.photobucket.com/albums/kk293/TheOriginalName/Untitled2.png The windows title bar is still there, and the orange bar is beside the tab area. Opera and Chrome are fine on my computer though. Windows 7 of course. == This happened == Every time Firefox opened == Firefox 4b1

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Helpful Reply

That is how Firefox 4 looks if you hide the Menu Bar and place the tabs at the top. The Menu Bar gets replaced by the orange Firefox button. You can press F10 or use Firefox > Customize to make the Menu Bar and other toolbars visible and remove the check-mark on "Tabs on Top" to place the Tab bar in the old position.

That is how Firefox 4 looks if you hide the Menu Bar and place the tabs at the top. The Menu Bar gets replaced by the orange Firefox button. You can press F10 or use Firefox > Customize to make the Menu Bar and other toolbars visible and remove the check-mark on "Tabs on Top" to place the Tab bar in the old position.