I have a website listed as an extension. How do I get the icon into my desktop or on the toolbar?
I have the Grammarly website icon on my list of extensions. Its supposedly one of Firefox add ons. How do I move this icon to either the desktop or bookmarks or the Firefox toolbar? Anywhere so I can access it.
You can see if there is a button avail in the button list, see the Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars article, for more.
Sorry, there are no such buttons. I have windows XP and everything is in drop down format under, File, Edit, Bookmarks, History, etc.
"Grammarly Lite" is supposedly free thru Firefox. However, what comes up is their main site, "Grammarly" with subscription rates. I don't get it!
It looks like a button isnt needed, but it uses the secondary (right click) menu.
If you like, what you can do is to go to that web page, bookmark it, and after remove the add-on. That is if all the add-on does is to send you to a web page.
Thanks for your reply, but sorry, still no luck.
If I go to the Grammarly web-site, the only option presented is a subscription, for a fee. Bookmarking doesn't help; it's the same page.
So I go to tools, clik on Add-ons, and pull up the Mozilla Firefox page offering Grammarly Lite, Free. I clik on the yellow button that says, Add to Firefox, and it then appears as an extension. That's as far as it goes.
I need a firefox/grammarly icon, or something, to clik on and open it up so I can use it. I don't understand, Firefox has been my browser for years???
You can file a support request with the developer of that add-on / extension here:
Grammerly created that extension, so they need to provide support for it.
IMO, they should provide better "usage" instructions on the Add-ons download page, like that the extension works via a context menu item that there is no toolbar button, if that is the case.