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Tabs are on top, how do I place them beneath bookmark toolbar?

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Mozilla just updated to version 29.0 beta. My browser was set up as following:

File, Edit, View etc are first; then there is home button and address bar; then bookmark toolbar; and finally tabs.

Now tabs are on top of address bar and I can't move it down. I tried going about:config with browser.tabs.on Top but it just does not work at all.

I use default skin for Firefox and I don't have any visual add ons.

Mozilla just updated to version 29.0 beta. My browser was set up as following: File, Edit, View etc are first; then there is home button and address bar; then bookmark toolbar; and finally tabs. Now tabs are on top of address bar and I can't move it down. I tried going about:config with browser.tabs.on Top but it just does not work at all. I use default skin for Firefox and I don't have any visual add ons.

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Current Nightly and Aurora builds have the Australis interface that looks different than the user interface in the current Firefox releases.

You can install the Classic Theme Restorer extension to restore some lost functionality including tabs-on-top.

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Daniel Phillips 14 solutions 77 answers

Try downgrading to the latest stable release (28) and try again.

Try downgrading to the latest stable release (28) and try again.
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Chosen Solution

Current Nightly and Aurora builds have the Australis interface that looks different than the user interface in the current Firefox releases.

You can install the Classic Theme Restorer extension to restore some lost functionality including tabs-on-top.

Current Nightly and Aurora builds have the Australis interface that looks different than the user interface in the current Firefox releases. *http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/29.0a2/auroranotes/ *http://www.ghacks.net/2014/01/31/mozilla-decides-uplift-australis-firefox-aurora/ You can install the Classic Theme Restorer extension to restore some lost functionality including tabs-on-top.

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Yep, that solved the problem and it restored the old look, thanks.

Yep, that solved the problem and it restored the old look, thanks.