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firefox 39 show all downloads - the response to this search does not begin to apply to my FF39.

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The help page says click the down arror to open downloads panel, and there is a "show all downloads" button near the bpttom. Ok I got it, but you fucked up what was perfect in FF20.

The help page says click the down arror to open downloads panel, and there is a "show all downloads" button near the bpttom. Ok I got it, but you fucked up what was perfect in FF20.

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Were you nursing this gripe for a long time, or did you just recently upgrade?

The following methods of accessing the list are the same as before, if either of these are more convenient for you:

  • Ctrl+j
  • (menu bar) Tools > Downloads

There might be some add-ons to enhance the information available in the list, but I haven't looked into that for a couple years now.

You may have noticed a continuing trend in Firefox to get rid of stand-alone pop-up windows, like the old Download Manager, with more and more pages migrating into tabs (or sections of the Library dialog). The Options dialog was the latest one to change.

Were you nursing this gripe for a long time, or did you just recently upgrade? The following methods of accessing the list are the same as before, if either of these are more convenient for you: * Ctrl+j * (menu bar) Tools > Downloads There might be some add-ons to enhance the information available in the list, but I haven't looked into that for a couple years now. You may have noticed a continuing trend in Firefox to get rid of stand-alone pop-up windows, like the old Download Manager, with more and more pages migrating into tabs (or sections of the Library dialog). The Options dialog was the latest one to change.