Sunday, 2 February 2014

Enable Titlebar Text and Icon in Mozilla Firefox twenty eight

We told you earlier that Mozilla has launched the "Australis UI" in Firefox twenty eight.0 version that is presently beneath development and testing and may be downloaded victimization Nightly branch:

Mozilla Firefox Nightly Build News and Updates

There ar several huge UI changes during this new Australis UI and one among these changes is that the removal of orange Firefox button from titlebar. currently the button has been removed and has been replaced by a replacement Menu button gift at the acute right corner of toolbar.

The removal of Firefox button caused one huge issue for a few users. In alternative words it removed a basic feature of the browser that was showing titlebar text and icon. really once the orange Firefox button was gift, one will disable the orange button and alter sensible recent Menu bar by right-clicking on the toolbar and choose "Menu Bar" possibility as mentioned below:

1. Open Mozilla Firefox, right-click on Toolbar and enable "Menu Bar" option.

2. That's it. As soon as you enable the option, it'll put the Menu Bar back in the window and will also disable the new orange "Firefox" button.

Once the Menu bar is enabled, the titlebar text and icon was automatically shown in the browser.

Now Mozilla has removed the orange button from titlebar and the Menu bar has also been moved to titlebar, so even if you enable Menu bar, the titlebar text and icon is not shown.

Now the question occurs how to enable titlebar text and icon in newer Firefox versions? Here is the answer.

Mozilla has added a new option to toggle Titlebar on or off in the latest Nightly build. Now you can enable or disable titlebar text and icon in Firefox with the click of a single button.

If you are using a Nightly, UX or Aurora build of Firefox which comes with the new Australis UI, you can enable Titlebar text and icon with the help of following simple steps:

1. Open Firefox and right-click on the empty area of Tab bar and click on "Customize..." option. Alternatively you can also access the same option using the new Menu button present at the right end of Firefox toolbar.

2. It'll open the new "Customize Firefox" interface where you can add, remove or move buttons and toolbars in Firefox window. You'll notice a new button "Title Bar" present at the bottom of the window.

click on it and it'll immediately enable titlebar text and icon in Firefox window. If you want to disable the titlebar, click on the button again.

Actually its not a new feature of Firefox. Mozilla has cleverly put a direct shortcut to toggle an old about:config preference "browser.tabs.drawInTitlebar" on or off in the form of this new "Title Bar" button in customize Firefox window.

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