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How can I put back the bar that held my go-to site icons?

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I am referring to the bar that has the site address, and Google box. In the past, I placed a lot of icons on that bar, that I got from my bank, utility sites for bills, mail, facebook, etc. It was a great convenience. The bar had a plus sign, to add more icons. A window would appear, that allowed you to choose an icon and enter the site address. A lot of the sites had their own icons, that would automatically appear, in the window. Now, I tried to follow the directions to add icons to the bar, but it looks like there are very few available, and hardly any that I use. I'm hoping that there is a way that can be used to add back the bar's abilities to place very useful icons, that were so easy to use. I'm sure many people are upset also. It's a mystery how anyone could think that the new features would be better than the old, at least for this one bar's usefulness. Thanks, in advance, for your help.

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  1. Right-click an empty area of the tab bar and choose Customize.
  2. Click the Show / Hide Toolbars button near the bottom and make sure "Bookmarks Toolbar" is checked.
  3. Make sure the "Bookmarks Toolbar Items" element is on the Bookmarks Toolbar (the bar below the navigation toolbar, which is the part with the address bar and the search box).
  4. Click the Exit Customize button near the bottom right when done.
  5. When you want to bookmark the current page, drag the icon on the left side of the address bar (usually a globe or a padlock) onto the Bookmarks Toolbar.

Bookmarks Toolbar - Display your favorite websites at the top of the Firefox window

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

  1. Right-click an empty area of the tab bar and choose Customize.
  2. Click the Show / Hide Toolbars button near the bottom and make sure "Bookmarks Toolbar" is checked.
  3. Make sure the "Bookmarks Toolbar Items" element is on the Bookmarks Toolbar (the bar below the navigation toolbar, which is the part with the address bar and the search box).
  4. Click the Exit Customize button near the bottom right when done.
  5. When you want to bookmark the current page, drag the icon on the left side of the address bar (usually a globe or a padlock) onto the Bookmarks Toolbar.

Bookmarks Toolbar - Display your favorite websites at the top of the Firefox window

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Thank you so much for your help!