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How can I show the bookmarks toolbar in Firefox 6 all the time?

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The bookmarks toolbar is hidden by default in Firefox 6, and "view bookmarks toolbar" will only show it until a link is clicked or the tab is changed. How can I display the bookmarks toolbar in Firefox 6 all the time?

The bookmarks toolbar is hidden by default in Firefox 6, and "view bookmarks toolbar" will only show it until a link is clicked or the tab is changed. How can I display the bookmarks toolbar in Firefox 6 all the time?

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On your toolbar area right click an empty space and open Customize. Then drag the bookmark icon up to your toolbar area and drop.

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Make sure that you do not run Firefox in Full Screen mode with all toolbars hidden.

  • Press F11 to toggle full screen mode (Firefox/File > Full Screen)
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Thanks for the replies. Firefox is not running in full screen mode. When I drag the bookmarks toolbar from the customize menu, it will only stay displayed if dragged onto the same row as the address bar. When I drag it to create a third row below the address bar, the toolbar continues to hide itself.

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Make sure that toolbars like the "Navigation Toolbar" and the "Bookmarks Toolbar" are visible: "View > Toolbars"

Press F10 or tap the Alt key to bring up the "Menu Bar" temporarily if the Menu Bar is hidden.

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After enabling the bookmarks toolbar under the view menu (F10), the toolbar will still disappear after creating a new tab or opening a new bookmark.

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Oh, wow. I just found the issue: the Hide BookmarksBar add on.

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What a strange Add-on, why would someone make an Add-on on that is built in to Firefox already. I must be missing something.