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can i remove the new update i have downloaded. the new version makes it impossible to brag scrpits to a new booklet

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  • Paskiausią atsakymą parašė cor-el

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since new update i find the new look not suitable. you could lift and drag feeds to a new booklet very easy, this new one seems impoosible, unless i am not looking in the right place

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Where did you do that dragging?

In the sidebar or via other ways?


You can change some setting to restore the Firefox 3 appearance and behavior.

You can right click the orange Firefox button to open the toolbar menu or use (F10) View > Toolbars.

  • Click the Menu Bar entry to make the Menu Bar visible.
  • Click "Tabs on Top" to remove the check mark and place the Tab Bar at its original position just above the browser window.
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hi seems that dragging still works on new update, just not as noticeable..ty

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Cor-el, DOESN'T WORK like you advised!!! Indeed, I do not find ANYTHING that even alludes to Firefox 3 besides your claimed advice. You claimed that following your directions would "RESTORE FIREFOX 3 APPEARANCE AND BEHAVIOR" Regardless, when I click on "F10" nothing happens except the browser JUMPS like it has the HICCUPS!!! In the toolbar above - there is {from left to right} "Most Visited" and, then, the orange Firefox emblem you mentioned as the alternative to the F10 deal. Right clicking on that does, in fact, produce a menu; but, it has NO ENTRY like you described. It has, only {from top to bottom} Open / Open in a new tab ' Open in a new window / New Bookmark / New Folder / New Separator / Cut / Copy / Paste / Delete and, lastly, Properties!!! Which one of those ONLY POSSIBILITIES were you calling the "Toolbar Menu" on which we need to click???

Modified by J.D.Fuetterer

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Make sure that you do not run Firefox in full screen mode (press F11 to toggle).