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How to access preferences Rated 4 out of 5 stars
The preferences of URL Swap aren't displayed in the new tabbed preferences. But you can change back to the old windowed preferences where they are displayed.
1. Enter "about:config" into the address bar.
2. Accept the warning if necessary.
3. Search for "browser.preferences.inContent"
4. Toggle "browser.preferences.inContent" to "false" (double click).
5. Restart Firefox.
6. Go to "Tools" -> "Preferences". The windowed preferences should open up, and the URL Swap tab should be displayed.
New "toolbar" that uses forgotten space Rated 5 out of 5 stars
With this add-on, I moved the bookmarks toolbar behind the entries of the menu bar. Then I changed the icons of my bookmark(let)s there to symbols with the add-on "Bookmark Favicon Changer". After erasing the title of the bookmark(let)s and adding some placeholders, I now have a new symbolic toolbar and am finally using the forgotten space in my menu bar!
At the moment, I have the following new "tools": remove redirects, increment and decrement last number in URL, open linked images in new window, make numbered list of images, open (selected) links, target new bg windows, router configuration, PrintWhatYouLike, about:config.
See screenshot below to know how it can look:
Icons (free) from:
Double the fun ... but not less annoyance Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Would be perfect if it would disable that annoying drop-down when you hold the back/forward arrows for more than a nanosecond. Now, I have two times the function but still the problem. "My" problem, to be precise, but I think it goes hand in hand to get the drop-down arrow back and disable the new drop-down function.
I still thank you, of course,