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reorder toolbars and tab strip

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with a reset to 25 I find that the tab strip has been moved to the top of the window. I HATE it; having to move across tool bars to select tabs makes no sense, &tc &tc. How can I restore preferred view of toolbars above tabs. *please*

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Hello, From your Query it seems your Menu Toolbar and other Toolbar appears below tabs. Can you please attach a Screenshot of your Firefox.

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How do I create a screenshot of my problem?

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Yep. I want to return to previous arrangement:

Navigation Bar
Bookmarks Bar
Tap Strip

It makes no sense to me to have to traverse the toolbars to get to tabs.

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thanks, That's it! I should have known of course there is an easy fix in the config file. Promise, I did search the KB. I don't know why that didn't show up in my searches or ffx suggestions.

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5-10-14 yesterday foxfire updated and my tab strip disappeared. I used to be able to click on a previous tab to return to that website. Now I can't! How do I restore the stacked tab strip that shows each tab I've opened???

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Hi pitbull2038, you asked:

5-10-14 yesterday foxfire updated and my tab strip disappeared. I used to be able to click on a previous tab to return to that website. Now I can't! How do I restore the stacked tab strip that shows each tab I've opened???

Sorry for the delay, but you posted in a thread that has been marked "Solved". If you still have this problem, please start a new question:

https://support.mozilla.org/questions/new/desktop

To continue submitting your question, scroll down past suggested solutions that do not look relevant.

Also, check for updates to any tab-related extensions you use, since normally Firefox uses one row for tabs with arrows at the ends to scroll horizontally, and does not stack them.