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Why don't I have a location bar? It disappeared a few updates ago and is not in the help menu.

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I have checked Navigation Toolbar under view, but in Mozilla help, nothing comes up under location bar or address bar other than blurbs about how great it is. But I don't have one and would like to get it back. Anyone else have this problem? I'm on a Mac 10.8.3 with latest updates to Firefox installed.

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Normally, the location bar is the largest thing on the Navigation Toolbar. If you don't find it sitting unused in the Customize dialog (where you can drag it back onto the toolbar), you can reset your toolbars back to their default controls using the "Restore Default Set" button.

This article has the details: Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars.

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Normally, the location bar is the largest thing on the Navigation Toolbar. If you don't find it sitting unused in the Customize dialog (where you can drag it back onto the toolbar), you can reset your toolbars back to their default controls using the "Restore Default Set" button.

This article has the details: Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars.