How do I costimize what's under the menu bar in place like tools in firefox.
I want Firefox and Mozilla(I really don't know the difference) to have it so that what's in title in the menu bar can have things added and taken out if we want to. Like right now for what ever reason I now how something called "Manage Content Plug-ins" under Tools, and I don't want it there, it's wasted space and I don't want it there. This feature would be neat because then we could take out things we don't want in the menu so it takes less time to get to what we want.
I am not saying to make it so that this feature would allow people to delete things under the menu, just so that things can be hidden if we want.
Eminye Imininingwane Yohlelo
I am not filling this out again. I already filled this out but when I allowed Mozilla.com with NoScript it cleared everything, and knowing this I made sure that I copied what I typed into description.
- I-ejenti Engumsebenzisi: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:22.214.171.124) Gecko/20100630 Firefox/8.04 (hardy) Firefox/3.6.6
OK, solved, I downloaded an ADD-ON called "Menu Editor", but I couldn't get it to work, so step by step this is what I did: Click on Tools and open Add-ons, Click on preferences under Menu Editor, right under where it says Menu Editor on the top right click on the drop down box and in my case I had to choose Tools, on the right bottom click on the box that says Advanced Mode, now drag and drop the item you want to fix that for what ever reason will not hide(I my case I think it wouldn't hide maybe becaus it was on the very bottom but I could be wrong) into the right side(for instance between downloads and add-ons, now on the left the item you want to hide will be between downloads and add-ons so click on it on the left, and finally click on the middle bottom that says hide and it should be hidden.