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Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Lapis Lazuli
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Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
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so for some stupid reason on the new Firefox they separated The reload buttonand put it on the far side of the address bar

Seems completely counterintuitive

Is there a way I can move it back where it's supposed to be next to the forward and backward buttons?
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Lapis Lazuli  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:33 AM)
so for some stupid reason on the new Firefox they separated The reload buttonand put it on the far side of the address bar

Seems completely counterintuitive

Is there a way I can move it back where it's supposed to be next to the forward and backward buttons?

I moved mine .. I think it was right click on the navigation bar, click customize .. then drag and drop it where you want.
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Looky  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:35 AM)
Lapis Lazuli  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:33 AM)
so for some stupid reason on the new Firefox they separated The reload buttonand put it on the far side of the address bar

Seems completely counterintuitive

Is there a way I can move it back where it's supposed to be next to the forward and backward buttons?

I moved mine .. I think it was right click on the navigation bar, click customize .. then drag and drop it where you want.

I clicked on that but I still can't figure out how to do it
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Lapis Lazuli  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:38 AM)
Looky  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:35 AM)
Lapis Lazuli  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:33 AM)
so for some stupid reason on the new Firefox they separated The reload buttonand put it on the far side of the address bar

Seems completely counterintuitive

Is there a way I can move it back where it's supposed to be next to the forward and backward buttons?

I moved mine .. I think it was right click on the navigation bar, click customize .. then drag and drop it where you want.

I clicked on that but I still can't figure out how to do it

Right Click on the reload button, at the bottom of the drop down is the customize tab. Click on that and you get a pop-up. While that is up just click on the reload button and drag it to where you want it. Close the pop up and your done.
(This post was last modified: 09-30-2011 12:48 AM by Daleth.)
Lapis Lazuli
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
okay I figured it out

wasn't that hard

chuckle
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Lapis Lazuli  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:50 AM)
okay I figured it out

wasn't that hard

chuckle

Hehe, gratz.....
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Daleth  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:55 AM)
Lapis Lazuli  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:50 AM)
okay I figured it out

wasn't that hard

chuckle

Hehe, gratz.....

how about this

Is there a way I can make the buttons larger?
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
so is firefox 7 any faster or better than 3.6?


?
Daleth
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Lapis Lazuli  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:59 AM)
Daleth  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:55 AM)
Lapis Lazuli  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:50 AM)
okay I figured it out

wasn't that hard

chuckle

Hehe, gratz.....

how about this

Is there a way I can make the buttons larger?

Aww...gona make hit the help button now. Quick look didn't say.
Searching...
Lapis Lazuli
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Okay  Wrote: (09-30-2011 01:04 AM)
so is firefox 7 any faster or better than 3.6?


?

so far yes it does seem like it is
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Okay  Wrote: (09-30-2011 01:04 AM)
so is firefox 7 any faster or better than 3.6?


?

Both faster and better.

Disturbed was testing last night pretty well. I been on beta for the last few months.
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Well, I like my plug-ins for firefox, so I think I will give it a try. But here are some scores I found...

http://lifehacker.com/5844150/browser-sp...9-and-more

" 1. Opera 11.51: 82%
2. Firefox 7: 73%
3. Internet Explorer 9: 47.5%
4. Chrome 14: 43%

Opera's still the speed champion, as usual. The other browsers have surprisingly switched places, though: Firefox, so often looked down upon for its sluggish speeds, has jumped up to #2 with version 7, and Chrome has slowly worked it's way down to last place. Granted, Chrome's inability to complete the CSS test probably pushed it over the edge from 3rd place into 4th. Still, w have seen Chrome slowly gain bloat with each new version, and boy did it feel slow when we ran these tests. Hopefully they can take a hint from Firefox and make a comeback soon."
(This post was last modified: 09-30-2011 01:10 AM by Nyhee.)
Lapis Lazuli
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Okay  Wrote: (09-30-2011 01:09 AM)
Well, I like my plug-ins for firefox, so I think I will give it a try. But here are some scores I found...

http://lifehacker.com/5844150/browser-sp...9-and-more

" 1. Opera 11.51: 82%
2. Firefox 7: 73%
3. Internet Explorer 9: 47.5%
4. Chrome 14: 43%

Opera's still the speed champion, as usual. The other browsers have surprisingly switched places, though: Firefox, so often looked down upon for its sluggish speeds, has jumped up to #2 with version 7, and Chrome has slowly worked it's way down to last place. Granted, Chrome's inability to complete the CSS test probably pushed it over the edge from 3rd place into 4th. Still, w have seen Chrome slowly gain bloat with each new version, and boy did it feel slow when we ran these tests. Hopefully they can take a hint from Firefox and make a comeback soon."

I was using 3.5 or 3.6 can't remember

7.0 definitely seems faster to me, no question
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Okay  Wrote: (09-30-2011 01:09 AM)
Well, I like my plug-ins for firefox, so I think I will give it a try. But here are some scores I found...

http://lifehacker.com/5844150/browser-sp...9-and-more

" 1. Opera 11.51: 82%
2. Firefox 7: 73%
3. Internet Explorer 9: 47.5%
4. Chrome 14: 43%

Opera's still the speed champion, as usual. The other browsers have surprisingly switched places, though: Firefox, so often looked down upon for its sluggish speeds, has jumped up to #2 with version 7, and Chrome has slowly worked it's way down to last place. Granted, Chrome's inability to complete the CSS test probably pushed it over the edge from 3rd place into 4th. Still, w have seen Chrome slowly gain bloat with each new version, and boy did it feel slow when we ran these tests. Hopefully they can take a hint from Firefox and make a comeback soon."

There some compatibility issue with older add-ons (Java and flash) and plug ins not being supported. Try installing in a separate directory and not overwriting your current version first.
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RE: Firefox 7.0 question: how do I move reload button?
Daleth  Wrote: (09-30-2011 01:05 AM)
Lapis Lazuli  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:59 AM)
Daleth  Wrote: (09-30-2011 12:55 AM)
Hehe, gratz.....

how about this

Is there a way I can make the buttons larger?

Aww...gona make hit the help button now. Quick look didn't say.
Searching...

Ok, all I could find was adding text to the icons to make them better.
Right click the icon > click customize > Bottom left choose use text and icons > bigger.









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