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bookmarks tool bar

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Ubuntu 16.04, Firefox 59.01, fresh install. No bookmarks toolbar available. When going under customize, click the toolbar bitton, nothing shows up. This is consistent with three fresh installs. I prefer having the tool bar readily available, preferably under the "view" "toolbars" menu. Need the bookmarks toolbar. I can't figure out why that was changed!

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hello, Problem solved. Without UN-installing, I reinstalled Firefox and the problem was fixed. Apparently ubuntu had the glitch by default. thanks for all the help

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Hi, sorry having issues : Just so know that nothing has changed with Toolbar Menu and Menu Bar. So some where your getting a glitch. This glitch is maybe in your profile or in the compile you are using. Are you deleting all Firefox Folders before reinstall ? Can you switch places from where you are getting your compile from ? Have you tried Mozilla's ?

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Hi thanks for the response, however, these are 4 fresh installs now, opening firefox 59.01 and all 4 are identical. Click "View", "Toolbars", only customize is there, which when clicked opens another window. At the bottom of that window is another "toolbars" button, but nothing shows up. This is considerably different from previous versions. Again this is on Ubuntu linux, and it is definitely different.

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hello, Problem solved. Without UN-installing, I reinstalled Firefox and the problem was fixed. Apparently ubuntu had the glitch by default. thanks for all the help

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