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Firefox 10.0.2 status bar missing


Skinn

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I've recently installed Firefox 10.0.2 & the page download bar (bottom right of screen on status bar) is missing

I've looked at the Toolbar options to no avail.

Does anyone know how to reinstall it?

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buteman

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View.Toolbars and tick Add-On-Bar

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Skinn

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Already selected - thanks

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buteman

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[status bar missing]I take it that it has gone missing.

Firefox 11.0 out today maybe try that to see if it will appear on that.

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buteman

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Do you mean the scroll bar pointer at the bottom right for scrolling down the page or what.

Nothing on my status bar so not sure what you mean.

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Woolwell

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The download status bar (showing page update progress) is omitted in later versions of Firefox. You will have to look for an add-on.

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cocteau48

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The traditional download status bar,which used to appear in the menu bar at the bottom of Firefox,has been replaced by a thin bright green line which progresses along the bottom edge of the address bar as a page is loading.

This has probably been done because the menu bar itself is no longer activated by default in Firefox.

If you wish to put a more traditional download status bar back in the menu bar the this will do it for your:enter link description here

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