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How can I get rid of by back/foward buttons and move my url bar to the right of my tabs, as I had in the previous version of firefox?

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Before I updated Firefox, my tabs were on the same line as the search/url bar, and I didn't have the back/forward buttons. I liked the simple design I had, but now it doesn't seem like I can go back to that setting.

Before I updated Firefox, my tabs were on the same line as the search/url bar, and I didn't have the back/forward buttons. I liked the simple design I had, but now it doesn't seem like I can go back to that setting.

Giải pháp được chọn

There is an extension which gives you a lot of control over your toolbar layout. It is described and linked in this article: How to make the new Firefox look like the old Firefox. Can you get the result you're looking for?

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There is an extension which gives you a lot of control over your toolbar layout. It is described and linked in this article: How to make the new Firefox look like the old Firefox. Can you get the result you're looking for?

There is an extension which gives you a lot of control over your toolbar layout. It is described and linked in this article: [[How to make the new Firefox look like the old Firefox]]. Can you get the result you're looking for?