How to remove these in Firefox?

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  1. ams963

    ams963 Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I want the search bar and the HomePage icon/bar in Firefox to be removed. I don't use those. So it's better to remove them.

    How do I do that?

    Best Wishes,
    Iron Man
     
  2. vasa1

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    Alt, View, Toolbars, Customize should give you a new window.Drag whatever you don't want onto that window.
     
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    As vasa1 said.

    If your looking to remove the whole bar these things are on, View, Toolbars, unselect the Navigation Bar.
     
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    Ah yes worked. Thx vasa and chris. :thumb:
     
  5. vasa1

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    And, depending on just how neurotic one is, there's stuff like:
    Code:
    #appmenu-button, #nav-bar, #go-button, #identity-box,
    .autocomplete-history-dropmarker.urlbar-history-dropmarker, #alltabs-button,
    #appmenu-toolbar-button, #titlebar-buttonbox,
    #stylish-toolbar-button > .toolbarbutton-menu-dropmarker { display: none !important}
    #context-openlink, #context-bookmarklink, #context-setWallpaper, #context-setDesktopBackground,
    #context-viewimage, #context-blockimage, #context-back, #context-forward,
    #context-stop, #context-sendpage, #context-sendlink, #context-sendimage,
    #context-undo { display: none !important}
    
    und so weiter
     
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    Also so was! Überbordend ! :ouch:

    #context- stuff could be quite useful.
     
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    There's more but I knew it wouldn't be appreciated :( How right I was.
     

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    Doch, doch. We love it when you strip for us! :D
     
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    To this music: -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ogQ0uge06o-
     
  11. bo elam

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    :thumb: Good move, I hate the search bar. Being able to get rid of it is one of the reasons that I love Firefox.

    Bo
     
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    Thx Bo. I love my FF.

    @vasa, @ocky and @pinga
    Shiver me timber! What the heck are you talking about? I don't have a damn idea of all those code things. I better follow Bo, chris and @vasa your earlier post. :D
     
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    Iron Man, yeah you can ignore all that - it's totally meaningless off topic nonsense; probably posted by us to relieve the tedium of another so-so day in the year.
    Firefox is a great browser choice.

    Regards
     
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