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why did you make google chrome copy and called it firefox 29

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If i wanted to use google chrome i would download but i wanted to use firefox because of the way it worked and how it was.All these hide menues and bullshitt with bottons and the same functions all over the place.I realy hate this version of firefox and i`m cind of embarrassed that this is all mozilla was able to achieve.Dont Mozilla understand that we dont wanna get a wolswafen when we bouth a BMW!! so disappointed

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Don't despair. Many months of work have gone into an add-on for Firefox 29 called Classic Theme Restorer. You can get the most up-to-date internals and still make it look like the Firefox of recent years, or mix and match. More info: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer/

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If you have feedback about Firefox 29 this isn't the best place to voice it, please submit your feedback at https://input.mozilla.org/feedback

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Don't despair. Many months of work have gone into an add-on for Firefox 29 called Classic Theme Restorer. You can get the most up-to-date internals and still make it look like the Firefox of recent years, or mix and match. More info: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer/

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This is the first time as member and first question.apologize for the mistake

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I have installed classic theme restorer but cant find anything but buttons after install. "file" "edit" "view" "help" are gone.where can I find this menu bar?

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Hi brukerfranorge, there are three ways to turn on the menu bar:

  • tap the Alt key to display it temporarily > View > Toolbars > Menu Bar
  • right-click the new tab "+" button on the tab bar > Menu Bar
  • menu button (3-bar button) > Customize > Show/Hide Toolbars

Edit: These are already built-in to Firefox 29, the extension might have a different setting or override in its Options dialog.

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