I just want to relocate the "Home" button on my toolbar.
I just want to move the "Home" button to a different position on my toolbar. I have tried "Customize" but the box seems to be missing the "Feedback" buttons that appear in the example - which depicts "Home" along with a bunch of other buttons. I've also tried resetting and all the other suggestions but nothing is working. Please help
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Feedback probably won't show in your install, it only appears on certain Beta versions of Firefox.
So you can open the customize box? If you can, then just drag the home button to wherever you want it, and click "Done" :)
Thanks Tylerdowner! Unfortunately, the "Home" button does not appear in my Customize box. But I saw it in the example so it's especially frustrating. Any other suggestions?
Modified by lastefani
Sorry, the home button is probably already on your toolbar? Just drag that one :) If a button is already on the toolbar, it won't be in the box.
yes it is... but it won't let me drag! that's why I thought if I tried to customize, I'd be able to do it that way! I'm so perplexed. thanks again :)
The Home button is located by default at the right hand side of the Navigation Toolbar.
If missing items are in the toolbar palette then drag them back from the Customize window on the toolbar.
If you do not see an item on a toolbar and in the toolbar palette then click the "Restore Default Set" button to restore the default toolbar set up.
Try opening up Firefox in Safe Mode. Does it work there?
tried that too... no dice :) it's totally not a big deal, just frustrating that I can't figure this out. appreciate your efforts!
Try to delete the localstore.rdf file in the Firefox Profile Folder
You can use this button to go to the Firefox profile folder:
- Help > Troubleshooting Information > Profile Directory: Open Containing Folder