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move menu to title bar

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. How can I move the Menu Bar up so that it becomes part of the title bar ? .

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I'm not an expert on this extension but I suspect you need to hide the Menu Bar.

Right click on a toolbar space then uncheck(untick) the Menu Bar in the list of toolbars that opens.

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I've used this extension with success -

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/personal-titlebar/

It takes Menu Bar items including extension icons to the Titlebar.

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- I went to: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/personal-titlebar/

I downloaded the program, followed the instructions and nothing happened.

Any ideas/comments ?

Thanks, Bill

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It is a while since I did this but I think you need to check or uncheck the Menu Bar.

Right click on Toolbar space to reveal Menu Bar(File, Edit etc) if it is not showing. With Customize you should be able to drag things to the Titlebar.

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Thanks alan for the prompt reply. I don't think that I've got the program working (running). When I right-click next to the menu bar the the 'custom toolbar' window opens but when I try to drag an icon to the title it turns into the "can't do" sign.

Also, I'm not sure what you mean by "check or uncheck" the Menu Bar. On my FireFox screen the Menu Bar is between the Title Bar and the Tab Bar.

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I'm not an expert on this extension but I suspect you need to hide the Menu Bar.

Right click on a toolbar space then uncheck(untick) the Menu Bar in the list of toolbars that opens.

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- Alan - I beg to differ. You are an expert on this addon (all well as many other things, I have no doubt).

Unchecking the Menu Bar did it. The Menu Bar and all the buttons that I had added immediately jumped up and replaced the useless rubbish that is always in Title Bars.

Well done, thanks greatly, Bill -