Firefox 4 Move Tabs Below Address Bar
POSTED BY Patrick ON March 28, 2011 / 9 COMMENTS

Firefox 4 Move Tabs Below Address Bar

Firefox 4 is now Available as a Stable Release and one of the changes is its new look. In Firefox 4 the tabs are above the address bar instead of their original location below the address bar. But to move them back is just a simple 3-Step process:

1. Click on View

2 Then click on Toolbar

3. Finally, untick the option of  Tabs on Top

Thats All fire-Folks!

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JB post on

Thanks! Kind of dumb they made this a default instead of just adding it as an option for people that wanted it (probably no one).

Patrick post on

your welcome…good suggestion to make it optional.

JJimenez post on

Q 2 Mozilla: “what is the advantage of this?”

Kudos 2 Pat: 10x

Patrick post on

I guess someone got too excited about a new layout and the whole team just jumped on the bandwagon…ask them here: http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/questions

…and 10x 2 u 2.

Rusty post on

Thank you for this info! This has been driving me nuts since I updated. Why did they do this? Worst idea ever, otherwise I’m liking FF4.

Patrick post on

your welcome….i like it too

Ken Jennings post on

I saw some of the discussion about this being a reflection of the “evolving web.” None of it was persuasive in the least. The tabs should be connected to the window they function with. You can get used to anything but unless there is a strong reason to change a practice that everyone knows how do to it looks like change just to “make you upgrade.” Gee, what company does that sound like (kaff kaff task ribbon kaff kaff). New window, new tab history, book marks all at upper left where Western languages start reading a printed page. But NOOOO, let’s put the home button on the right. After all, some “other company” did that.

Jo Lynne post on

OMG home button really got on ma tits and nothing does that so easily!!! had to re-customize my browser after upgrade :-(

Patrick post on

seems like it touched a lot of raw nerves! Never mind now, we have the solution :)

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