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How do I get rid of the Bookmarks Toolbar to the left (Not the one above) of the screen? Never had it until recently and It takes up my window space. Thanks, P@T!
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That's called the Sidebar. If you press Ctrl+b, it will toggle between open and closed. (Ctrl+h toggles the History sidebar.) Does that work?Read this answer in context 👍 15
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That's called the Sidebar. If you press Ctrl+b, it will toggle between open and closed. (Ctrl+h toggles the History sidebar.) Does that work?
- press CTRL + B to toggle On/Off Bookmarks Sidebar
- IF a Bookmarked webpage is always opening in the Bookmarks Sidebar, right-click the Bookmark -> click Properties -> Remove Checkmark from Load this Bookmark in the Sidebar -> click Save
Check and tell if its working.
This works perfectly. This problem has a reason to exist for some users. Firefox does not explain what the option "load the bookmark in the sidebar" means, so a newbie user is induced to mark it. IMHO, all configuration options should have a help/explanation window that opens with a right click or F1.
Hi tom_vene, that would be helpful. You can submit that suggestion more directly using an option on the help menu, "Submit Feedback..."