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Reposition Tabs at bottom, directly above web page in Firefox 65.0? -- for Windows 10 - not for MacOSX

Can anyone supply updated code for the userChrome.css for restoring Tabs to below Menu bar, Location bar, and Personal Toolbar? The code below was working until I upgrad… (read more)

Can anyone supply updated code for the userChrome.css for restoring Tabs to below Menu bar, Location bar, and Personal Toolbar? The code below was working until I upgraded to 65.0.

/* tabs on bottom */

  1. navigator-toolbox toolbar:not(#nav-bar):not(#toolbar-menubar) {-moz-box-ordinal-group:10}
  2. TabsToolbar {-moz-box-ordinal-group:1000!important}

Thank you for the help.


edited the title of this thread to include Windows 10 as the operating system the OP posted from

Asked by carrotwaffle Prieš 1 metus

Answered by cor-el Prieš 1 metus

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Remove the software v9 Firefox browser

Dear Sirs. I ask the help of you to remove the software v9 Firefox browser. I've tried various actions in an attempt to remove it, but without success. I'm seriously cons… (read more)

Dear Sirs.

I ask the help of you to remove the software v9 Firefox browser. I've tried various actions in an attempt to remove it, but without success. I'm seriously considering uninstalling Mozilla Firefox and use another browser. But I think there is a solution and I am appealing to you to get this help.

Thank you.

Fabio Guilhon

Asked by faguilhon Prieš 7 metus

Answered by philipp Prieš 7 metus

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How to disable new tab opening a link

When I open a new tab the tab always goes to a site that I don't want. (www.trovi.com/?gd=&ctid=CT3324790&octid=EB_ORIGINAL_CTID&ISID=M838640DB-EC73-4300-8602… (read more)

When I open a new tab the tab always goes to a site that I don't want. (www.trovi.com/?gd=&ctid=CT3324790&octid=EB_ORIGINAL_CTID&ISID=M838640DB-EC73-4300-8602-7D1EEE4B1369&SearchSource=69&CUI=&SSPV=&Lay=1&UM=5&UP=SP73AABAE0-A6F2-4BD6-9FFA-3CAFCB010342) How do I disable the automatic re-direction when I open a new tab

Asked by fm42 Prieš 6 metus

Answered by Moses Prieš 6 metus

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How to get rid of Bing REALLY!

SUPPOSEDLY this issue was solved; it wasn't, not by any of the answerers. I solved it. I tried Search Reset 0.2 and found that it did NOTHING. Same problem: Every time yo… (read more)

SUPPOSEDLY this issue was solved; it wasn't, not by any of the answerers. I solved it. I tried Search Reset 0.2 and found that it did NOTHING. Same problem: Every time you open a new tab, Bing opens the accursed thing (I blame Mozilla because when I installed the package I got from their site, it informed me during installation that it was optimized for Bing and I LOATHE Bing and was pissed because no non-Bing alternative was offered), NOT the default New Tab page with recently used page panes on it. I removed a disabled toolbar incompatible with this newer version of Firefox, uTorrent Community Toolbar, and Webroot toolbar (keep in mind that the Search Reset is supposed to be a No Restart Required add-on). I restarted, opened a new tab, and was gratified to see NO BING BULLCRAP.

One might argue that this was covered and closed already. Not exactly, not specifically. Generalities are NO GOOD for specific problems. I can't explain WHY this worked, because NONE of the toolbars had anything to do with Bing, and none of the toolbars in question had been active (uTorrent Community Toolbar had been removed in Control Panel> Programs & Features, yet still showed up in Firefox's toolbars list; this seems to happen with Firefox sometimes).

I don't need an answer...NOW, but I think a few others might find this works for them. For a variety of reasons, not everyone will get the same results, or even SEE this problem on their systems. I would have added this to the question that didn't satisfy me, but someone CLOSED it.

Asked by gremlinkurst Prieš 7 metus

Answered by Joshua Smith Prieš 7 metus

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Can't change new tab back to tab home page

I update BitTorrent to the latest version today and after that my search bar on the top right changed from Google to "Conduit Search" That was easily fixed with two click… (read more)

I update BitTorrent to the latest version today and after that my search bar on the top right changed from Google to "Conduit Search" That was easily fixed with two clicks but for some reason it also changed what happens when I open a new tab from the default new tab page with the pinned book marks to this: http://i.imgur.com/dmU463W.png

I looked up some stuff to help and found the information on "about:config" to change the "browser.newtab.url" value to "about:newtab" however when I attempt to do that I get the window that is supposed to come up prompting me to input the new value, I put in the value and nothing changes, it remains with this Conduit Search stuff. Closing Firefox afterwards does not fix the problem and I have tried the process several times to make sure it was not just a one time bug. It also does not work for any value as leaving it blank or changing it to "about:blank" did not solve the issue.

Asked by Evilprodigy Prieš 7 metus

Last reply by Noflieshere Prieš 6 metus

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How do I switch back to the old ctrl-tab/ctrl-shift-tab behavior ?

Hello ! So I have seen this question posted before but the author decided to just switch version, which is not exactly a future proof solution So Firefox changed the way… (read more)

Hello !

So I have seen this question posted before but the author decided to just switch version, which is not exactly a future proof solution

So Firefox changed the way ctrl-tab works to display the last tab used, and while I don't think this is a bad idea, I'm just very used to quick switching by mashing ctrl-tab/ctrl-shift-tab, and I don't really want to try and remember the exact order I used my many tabs to navigate between them.

Isn't there somewhere where I could toggle this ?

Thanks !

Asked by Xerdes Prieš 2 metus

Answered by cor-el Prieš 2 metus

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new tab is bing. Cannot remove it

Since yesterday (23/11/13), everytime I open a new tab on my desktop, I get the Bing page instead of the firefox tabbed page. Tried a system restore, still it is there. H… (read more)

Since yesterday (23/11/13), everytime I open a new tab on my desktop, I get the Bing page instead of the firefox tabbed page.

Tried a system restore, still it is there.

How can I get rid of it?

Asked by Sherm77 Prieš 7 metus

Answered by Neilfox Prieš 6 metus

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In which file is the list of open tabs stored?

I normally have FF save my previous session and I had quite a number of useful tabs open. For some unknown reason, FF crashed and when I was able to load it again, all m… (read more)

I normally have FF save my previous session and I had quite a number of useful tabs open. For some unknown reason, FF crashed and when I was able to load it again, all my open tabs were gone and I'd like to recover them. I read in a post (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1057949) that "Open and closed tabs are stored as part of the session data in the sessionstore.js file in the Firefox profile folder."

Fortunately, I backup my entire HDD weekly and had a backup only two days old, so I mounted that backup as a separate drive letter and went to my FF profile in that backup, but there was no sessionstore.js file to be found. What I want to do is to go into my FF profile on the mounted backup and find the file containing my tabs as of my last backup two days ago, then copy that file into my FF profile on my C: drive. That way, my hope is to be able to reboot FF with all my tabs as they were at that time, as that will give me over 90 percent of the tabs I've lost.

For reference, I'm running FF45 under W7 Pro 64-bit SP1.

Thanks in advance for any and all help.

Asked by Yankiwi Prieš 4 metus

Answered by jscher2000 Prieš 4 metus

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Middle mouse button does not open links in a new tab.

If your only solution is to tell me to: 1.Restart my computer 2.Start Firefox in safemode 3.Use another hotkey to open a new tab that's not middle mouse button. Then don'… (read more)

If your only solution is to tell me to: 1.Restart my computer 2.Start Firefox in safemode 3.Use another hotkey to open a new tab that's not middle mouse button.

Then don't even bother replying. As I've done the first two and it made no difference and 3rd option is a solution at all.

This is frustrating and I'm slightly upset that after reading 20+ Pages of the same problem dating back from 2011 that there are no answers.

I am on a fresh install Windows XP (Yes I know old school) with firefox version 27.0.1.

Asked by ShadowBomber Prieš 6 metus

Answered by ShadowBomber Prieš 6 metus

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New tab opens with Bing search

So I am having exactly the same problem as this: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/959280 In short, I updated firefox and now new tabs always open with a bing s… (read more)

So I am having exactly the same problem as this: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/959280

In short, I updated firefox and now new tabs always open with a bing search. The url that keeps opening is: search.conduit.com/?ctid=CT3312375&octid=EB_ORIGINAL_CTID&SearchSource=69&CUI=&SSPV=EB_SSPV&Lay=1&UM=2&UP=SP634F83D9-5B86-4960-A131-4A6C35FD668C

I'm quite sure this isn't a problem with any add ons. I've disabled all that could possible affect it.

I've tried to use the suggestion of the top reply but in the about:config section I don't have a searchinnewtabeenabledbyuser preference name. I've looked at all the other "newtab" related preferences names and done what the original replier said (type false into the value section) but it hasn't worked! There's a preference name called browser.newtab.url with the url that is opening in each new tab as the "value" but every time I try to change it, it just reverts back to that url.

I would so appreciate if someone would help me. I hate Bing!!!! Even more so now that they've pulled this crap.

Asked by bobbylou179 Prieš 7 metus

Answered by philipp Prieš 7 metus

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How do you disable a new tab from opening when a search link is clicked?

It seems like every time I click a link in a search page, whatever the provider, it opens a new tab. I've gone into "about:config" changed the browser.search.tab to "true… (read more)

It seems like every time I click a link in a search page, whatever the provider, it opens a new tab. I've gone into "about:config" changed the browser.search.tab to "true" without any change. What is with this? The earlier versions of FF allowed me to click a link in Google or where ever and it opened in the same tab. I need help with this issue. Is there a bug no one knows about? I've followed all suggestions on the forums and nothing seems to change. I did find however that "Youtube" links do open in the same tab. Strange!

Please help, getting overloaded with too many tabs.

Erik Ater

Asked by Aterman Prieš 7 metus

Last reply by widnas Prieš 6 metus

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run code "window.open(url,...)" in javascript, the action is different according to the time this line of code is executed.

Hi FireFox support, We are developing a web application with javascript, we use firefox as our default browser for our users. Now we met a problem when we use window.open… (read more)

Hi FireFox support, We are developing a web application with javascript, we use firefox as our default browser for our users.

Now we met a problem when we use window.open in our application.

In our application, we need to open new page in a new browser tab, we used code : window.open('http://ourUrl.com', '_blank');

The action of the browser is different according when this line of code is executed.

situation1: user clicked a button, the click event will trigger our js function, in this function, execute this line of code directly, then the browser may open the page in a new browser tab. (this is what we wanted.)

situation2: user clicked a button, we firstly submit the data on page to our server, and in the callback function, we execute this line of code, it may pop an independent new window without tool bar.(this is not what we wanted).

I don't understand why the action of browser is different, can you help to explain? Thanks.

Asked by mileskunta Prieš 7 metus

Answered by jscher2000 Prieš 7 metus