I inserted it with the other line and all worked well once the file was correctly named to userChrome. See the following page for screenshot showing where to enable it in the extension's options dialogue. I thought this was a default without any extensions? I already turned off the fading of the toolmark bar itself. I rely heavily on that toolbar and want it there when I fire up my browser. Add these lines and the folders will show their name by default and add a little margin to not push against the next icon. You may need to install Element Properties 7 for that to take place to restore the properties characteristic. Or is that just the new awesome firefox quantum? Visit the Chrome Web Store on your desktop computer to discover hundreds of thousands of extensions for shoppers, designers, photographers, chefs, students, lifehackers, bloggers, and so much more.
I've added the following lines to my userChrome. Found an article here that shows some code which can be used with the useful add-on you linked me to. There are other measures but the pixel is the easiest to understand. That seems like a small thing. Addons like lastpass and dashlane are known to adjust the looks of forms. Those using linux may be affected by the recent upgrade of Firefox to version 57.
For this you will need to add some lines of code to the file called userChrome. I also don't have an issue with it. I edited my question to make it clearer. If you're going to look into this with a view to fixing it, Be my guest. If it helped, don't forget to upvote so more people will see it.
. All that I did for the image below, was right-click on a bookmark in the Roomy Bookmarks Toolbar. Multirow Bookmarks Toolbar Plus :: Add-ons for Firefox Grumpus wrote:Doesn't the Bookmarks Toolbar automatically extend to two levels anymore once a maximum number is reached? I know it's not the most easy way to do, especially when you don't know css. I've read a lot of articles that refer to userChrome. That's why I posted it. I don't think that has gone on for a very long time. As for the option to have show only the names add the following to your userChrome.
So I can try to replicate the problem and fix it. That didn't work for me; I had to use userChrome. Screenshot by Ed Rhee That's it. Power up your Chrome You can add new features to Chrome by installing extensions. The only way to add another line to the Bookmarks toolbar is with the use of browser extensions.
Thanks for taking a look at this. I am using Roomy Bookmarks Toolbar with Firefox. When I use it, I don't see any bookmark bar at all even when I hover over it and even if I have it enabled. I've been using Google for my search engine. Then within Windows Explorer, I was able to change the file name by deleting the. In your home folder you should find.
If someone has ideas about this please message me. I'm guessing I had to change something in the code. I clear my cache frequently but never my cookies because it's a ton of trouble to re-login to numerous sites!! Screenshot by Ed Rhee Step 2: Delete all the text from the Name field. Bookmark Icon Changer, as I posted in my first reply to you, certainly works for me with Roomy Bookmarks Toolbar -- see image below. Remove it if not needed. If not, make a folder called chrome case is important, as always on linux.
And I may or may not revert back to Google. I was too impatient for that so I found another post with simpler code about 4 lines and used that. Does your code look like this? Are you running out of room on your bookmarks toolbar? Then again, You, whoever you are, do seem interested. Have to select the text I typed to get contrast to see what's there! For margin: changing first and third pixel value will change the height. Try to clear your cookies and cache. Anyway, is there some clean way to increase the height of the bookmarks toolbar and allow it to display bookmarks on multiple rows? Screenshot by Ed Rhee Chrome Step 1: Right-click on a bookmark from the toolbar and select Edit.
I want to upgrade to latest Firefox but I need to know if there's an addon like the Roomy Bookmark Toolbar that allows me to shrink my bookmarks on my toolbar to just the icons and only shows the name when i scroll my mouse over them. So 1px is 1 pixel. I would suggest that you create a new Firefox User Profile, then replicate the steps that I listed above and see if your results emulate mine. Please help me with this. The content of the folders do though. Then again, You, whoever you are, do seem interested.