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marker on last page opened on web pages

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On my desktop, when opening a web page that has a list of images with unique URL's that need to be clicked on to view (open), there is, when I return to the web page using the back arrow, a box around the URL just closed. That way I know which URL I just closed. Question is .. what is that called, and how do I get it back? It is no longer there and I don't know what it's called so I can find it in About:config

This is one site for example http://weather.gc.ca/model_forecast/global_e.html

Thanks Charlie

On my desktop, when opening a web page that has a list of images with unique URL's that need to be clicked on to view (open), there is, when I return to the web page using the back arrow, a box around the URL just closed. That way I know which URL I just closed. Question is .. what is that called, and how do I get it back? It is no longer there and I don't know what it's called so I can find it in About:config This is one site for example http://weather.gc.ca/model_forecast/global_e.html Thanks Charlie

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cor-el
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I assume that you mean the focus ring that shows on a selected link.

You can search for browser.display.focus pref on the about:config page and reset user set (bold) browser.display.focus prefs via the right-click context menu to the default value.

In case you want to see this ring more clearly then you can increase the browser.display.focus_ring_width pref to a higher value.


I assume that you mean the focus ring that shows on a selected link. You can search for browser.display.focus pref on the <b>about:config</b> page and reset user set (bold) browser.display.focus prefs via the right-click context menu to the default value. In case you want to see this ring more clearly then you can increase the browser.display.focus_ring_width pref to a higher value. ---- *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Accessibility_features_of_Firefox