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On the New Tab Page, is it possible to get more rows of shortcuts? I currently have settings set for 4 rows which appears to be the maximum.

On the New Tab Page, is it possible to get more rows of shortcuts? I currently have settings set for 4 rows which appears to be the maximum.

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There are not any preferences for the number or spacing of columns. Currently, the layout is designed to adapt fluidly to the zoom level and window width.

If you have a tinkering mindset, it is possible to inject your own style rules into the page using an unofficial, community-support option: a userContent.css file. That's the lesser known cousin of the userChrome.css file some people create to tweak the user interface (toolbars/menus). Since Firefox changes frequently, it can be a challenge to find working rules, but the wizards over on https://www.reddit.com/r/FirefoxCSS/ usually can provide a quick solution.

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You can set browser.newtabpage.activity-stream.topSitesRows directly on the about:config page.

You can open the about:config page via the location/address bar. On the warning page, you can click "Accept the Risk and Continue" to open about:config.

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That worked great. Thanks. Now. Is there a similar way to add a column and to reduce the spacing? I scrolled through the about:config commands, but didn't see anything obvious to me.

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There are not any preferences for the number or spacing of columns. Currently, the layout is designed to adapt fluidly to the zoom level and window width.

If you have a tinkering mindset, it is possible to inject your own style rules into the page using an unofficial, community-support option: a userContent.css file. That's the lesser known cousin of the userChrome.css file some people create to tweak the user interface (toolbars/menus). Since Firefox changes frequently, it can be a challenge to find working rules, but the wizards over on https://www.reddit.com/r/FirefoxCSS/ usually can provide a quick solution.

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Thanks, but it is not important enough to get that involved. Thanks for the help.