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Unread 24-09-2006, 03:35 AM   #11
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Cool, I will definitely check this stuff out...

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Guyz is there anyway to place the Tab Bar over the Bookmark bar....and the Bookmark Bar under the Tab Bar?????
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Guyz is there anyway to place the Tab Bar over the Bookmark bar....and the Bookmark Bar under the Tab Bar?????
I need to check it. But it'll be difficult to switch bwtween tabs if you did so..
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Unread 10-10-2006, 01:24 PM   #14
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hey Strider,
I actually want a setup like it is in Opera.....I find it much more organized....

I actually want this setup..

1>Menu Bar
2>Tab Bar
3>Navigation Bar
4>Bookmark Bar...
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Unread 10-10-2006, 01:49 PM   #15
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I don't think it will be possible, without some serious change in code.

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I actually want a setup like it is in Opera
Different browsers have different looks. Actually I find Opera's a bit difficult
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Firefox has a more conventional look while Opera has a new fresh look, i find it mighty annoying that when you click on 'Home' in Opera it takes to you Opera's Home instead of a blank page
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if you're looking for the ways to reduce the memory usage of Firefox, then here goes a very decent guide; Click Here

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Hmm nice blog ... but I still prefer this : http://kb.mozillazine.org/Reducing_m...usage_(Firefox)
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o have a lot of tabs open at a time (>10>

1) open ur browser & type about:config in where you would normally enter a URL

2) search browser.tabs.tabMinWidth
By default this value is set to 100
Make it less (ex: 50) to have more tabs open without scrolling left / right
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doesn't the width automatically decreases to a certain limit when we open more tabs ?

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