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(Solved) - Adjusting Firefox

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  • Started 3 years ago by SarahJames
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SarahJames
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Today I took my first steps on the road of adapting my Userchrome.css file, but I'm having no luck with it.
What I want to do is remove the Bookmark Toolbar button in the Bookmark Menu to save space on my laptop which doesn't have all that much screenspace.
Was succesfull in removing some other unused features, but can't get rid of this one.

And go easy on me - it's been ages since I ever worked with css ;)

Btw. it's FF 15 on Windows Vista.

Posted 3 years ago
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GuiltySpark
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You could try adding this to your .css

#BMB_bookmarksToolbar,

Posted 3 years ago
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SarahJames
Posts: 6581

Ha, thanks! That worked, though I had to adjust it a bit to

#BMB_bookmarksToolbar { display: none !important;}

But now I'm left with two useless seperators.
Any chance I can also get rid of those?

Edit: is looking cleaner already :)
Also found out how to get rid of the subscribe to this page-button.

Second edit: not completely true - I got rid of the subscribe to this page button, unless I visit a page that supports subscribing. In that case it is back again :(

Posted 3 years ago
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SarahJames
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Haha, I found it :)

http://forums.mozillazine.org/.....;t=2513849

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