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My Bookmarks Taskbar has disappeared, how do restore it?

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Some of my taskbars have disappeared in 3.6 I think I did something to reduce screen size by mistake. How can I restore the Bookmarks taskbar and the History taskbar ? In general how do I configure the taskbars?? I tried rebooting but it makes no difference.

Some of my taskbars have disappeared in 3.6 I think I did something to reduce screen size by mistake. How can I restore the Bookmarks taskbar and the History taskbar ? In general how do I configure the taskbars?? I tried rebooting but it makes no difference.

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In Firefox 3.6 and later on Windows you can hide the "Menu Bar" via "View > Toolbars" or via the right-click context menu on a toolbar.

Press F10 or press and hold the Alt key down to bring up the "Menu Bar" temporarily.

Go to "View > Toolbars" or right-click the "Menu Bar" or press Alt+V T to select which toolbars to show or hide (click on an entry to toggle the state).

See also Restore the Menu bar in Firefox and http://kb.mozillazine.org/Toolbar_customization

In Firefox 3.6 and later on Windows you can hide the "Menu Bar" via "View > Toolbars" or via the right-click context menu on a toolbar. Press F10 or press and hold the Alt key down to bring up the "Menu Bar" temporarily. Go to "View > Toolbars" or right-click the "Menu Bar" or press Alt+V T to select which toolbars to show or hide (click on an entry to toggle the state). See also [[Menu bar is missing]] and http://kb.mozillazine.org/Toolbar_customization