How to Get Rid of a Toolbar on Firefox on a Mac
By Julius Vandersteen, eHow Contributor updated March 27, 2011
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Customize Firefox on your Mac by getting rid of a toolbar.
All Macs come with Apple's free Safari Web browser already installed. However, there are other Web browser options available, such as Firefox, a free browser made by Mozilla. At the top of the Firefox window are toolbars with buttons you can click to do tasks such as reload a page, view your bookmarks, open a new tab or a window or print a document. If you prefer to have more space in the Firefox window to see a Web page, you can get rid of a toolbar.
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Double-click on the desktop Firefox icon to launch the browser.
Click "View," then click "Toolbars," and then click "Bookmarks Toolbar" if checked to remove it. Click it again to turn the checkmark back on and restore the toolbar.
Click "View," then click "Toolbars," and then click "Navigation Toolbar" if checked to remove it. Click it again to turn the checkmark back on and restore the toolbar. You can also press the "Control" key on the keyboard and hold it while clicking on an empty area on the Firefox menu bar. A pop-up menu will appear. Uncheck "Navigation Toolbar" to remove it.
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|2 years ago. Rating: 0|
That does not get rid of the Shop at Home toolbar. It may not be visible, but any time you go to a site that has any affiliation with Shop at Home, their coupon widget opens up, and you're stuck with their redirecting you away from where you were trying to go on the site. And there is no "Toolbars" inside the "Applications" folder on a Mac. Any better ideas? I want Shop at Home removed from my Mac, not just hidden.
|1 year ago. Rating: 0|