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Firefox Toolbar Icons


Snrub

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How can the toolbar favorite icons be set just to show the icon without the description? I have this in IE9 toolbar but have not managed to find away of doing this in Firefox

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Woolwell

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View - toolbars - Customise - bottom left show : Select Icons instead of Icons and Text

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Snrub

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Thanks have already done this but doesn't work for me

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Woolwell

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Works for me. Which version of Firefox? Have you restarted Firefox? When you state Favorite do you mean bookmark icons ie favicons?

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Snrub

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Its the latest 6.01 version and yes I do mean favicons. Will try a restart.

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Snrub

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No, restart did not do it.

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Woolwell

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You'll need an add-on for favicons Smart Bookmarks but it may not work with the latest version.

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Snrub

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The strange thing is it responds to 'text only' and 'text and icons' but not the 'icon' only option.

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Snrub

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No Smart Bookmarks does not work with firefox 6.0.1

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