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Firefox 4


gazmix

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Ok so i keep getting prompted to download Firefox 4. I did & i don't like it! I can't have my theme, things have moved about, i mean why the hell is the homepage icon in the top right corner! Also, there is no page loading bar in bottom right!! Why is this!?, or am i overlooking something & i can customize all this!?

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gazmix

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Thanks

I see Firefox have been kind & overnight given me my theme back of Nautipolis, but how they can remove a descent page load bar that is obviously working well for a thin green line, is daft!

Cheers Cocteau!

I just hope they keep the 'Old location bar' as the other is plain daft!

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gazmix

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Nope, FF4 won't have the progress bar!! It did for a while then disapeared!!

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gazmix

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Ok, so i added the link cocteau gave me & it worked then disapeared! The bar at the bottom with 'Done' on the bottom left & the padlock at bottom right keeps disapearing, now in FF 3.6.17.. It's not in 'customize' at the top of the page when i right click!!

Any advice appreciated

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