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Where are the extension button locations stored?

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I'm wondering where the buttons for extensions/add-ons have their locations stored? I.e. I might have a tab-renamer extension button on one row, and firefox relay, privacy mode, and adblocker on another row. Obviously what row and what positions in the row the buttons occupy(relative index perhaps) are stored, but where?

I'm wondering where the buttons for extensions/add-ons have their locations stored? I.e. I might have a tab-renamer extension button on one row, and firefox relay, privacy mode, and adblocker on another row. Obviously what row and what positions in the row the buttons occupy(relative index perhaps) are stored, but where?

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Normally the toolbar customization is stored in the browser.uiCustomization.state pref that you can inspect on the about:config page.

This pref stores its data in JSON format, so you can possibly save this data in a file and open this file in a tab.

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Normally the toolbar customization is stored in the browser.uiCustomization.state pref that you can inspect on the about:config page.

This pref stores its data in JSON format, so you can possibly save this data in a file and open this file in a tab.

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Thank you very much!

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