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(Solved) - Remove the 'Home' text next to the Home button in Firefox 3

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  • Started 5 years ago by Antman
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Antman
Antman
Posts: 164

Anyone know how to get rid of that text? I already know what that button is for and the text next to it is taking up space that my bookmarks toolbar could make better use of.

Cheers!

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ScottW
ScottW
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Antman, right-click on the button for a toolbar menu and select "Customize". Find the drop-down box next to "Show:" and change it from "Icons and Text" to "Icons".

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Antman
Antman
Posts: 164

Awwwww yeah! Thanks buddy!

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Antman
Antman
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Actually that doesn't work. The home text stays put.

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ScottW
ScottW
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Maybe we aren't talking about the same button? Please post a screen shot.

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Antman
Antman
Posts: 164

Ok here are the buttons with icons and text selected:
http://img103.imagevenue.com/i.....1030lo.jpg

Here they are with just icons selected:
http://img31.imagevenue.com/im....._637lo.jpg

Home text stays put.

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Antman
Antman
Posts: 164

I might just get rid of the home button altogether, but it would be nice to figure this out.

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ScottW
ScottW
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What's odd is that the text, "Home", is off to the right of the icon instead of underneath like all of the others. What theme are you using? Here is what mine looks like with and without text. The theme is Noia 2.0 eXtreme.

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Antman
Antman
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This is the default theme in XP. I haven't changed the theme at all.

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Antman
Antman
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My buttons are on the same part as the bookmarks toolbar and icons are set to small.

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Antman
Antman
Posts: 164

That's what it is. I have the navigation toolbar disabled and just use the bookmarks toolbar and have the navigation buttons on it. For some reason it leaves the home button text in place on the bookmarks toolbar, but it disappears on the navigation toolbar. How very odd. It's treating the home button as one of the bookmarks and displaying the text to the side.

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ScottW
ScottW
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This appears to be working as designed. When the Home icon is on the bookmark toolbar it becomes a bookmark. The Home icon can be moved independent of the other navbar items to any toolbar or removed completely.

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Antman
Antman
Posts: 164

Ok thanks for your help on this one.

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