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I accidentally wiped the blue star from bookmarked items, how can I get it back?

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I accidentally deleted the blue star on one of my book-marked items and am struggling to get it back. Its very useful so i can see immediately if somethings already been bookmarked. Plus I could remove easily and/or put into other folders. All solutions appear to be to go to customize firefox and to drag and drop in some bar at the top of the page BUT when i do this it STILL doesn't come back. HELP!!! (Please explain in total laymens terms and don't nauseate me with technolingo.)

I accidentally deleted the blue star on one of my book-marked items and am struggling to get it back. Its very useful so i can see immediately if somethings already been bookmarked. Plus I could remove easily and/or put into other folders. All solutions appear to be to go to customize firefox and to drag and drop in some bar at the top of the page BUT when i do this it STILL doesn't come back. HELP!!! (Please explain in total laymens terms and don't nauseate me with technolingo.)

Réiteach roghnaithe

Thanks, nearly went mad trying but that didn't work. What DID though was this:

Yep, I have the 3 dots as well. You left click on that, and you can bookmark the page. Then you right-click on the "Bookmark this page" option and you can add it to the address bar.

Honestly don't understand how firefox/mozilla doesn't address easy problems with more simplicity for people like me: ie. techno dummies. Restore star to address bar should be EASY!

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Try clicking the "Restore Defaults" button in the bottom-right corner of Customize Mode.

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Réiteach Roghnaithe

Thanks, nearly went mad trying but that didn't work. What DID though was this:

Yep, I have the 3 dots as well. You left click on that, and you can bookmark the page. Then you right-click on the "Bookmark this page" option and you can add it to the address bar.

Honestly don't understand how firefox/mozilla doesn't address easy problems with more simplicity for people like me: ie. techno dummies. Restore star to address bar should be EASY!

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