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Firefox3 Bookmark Address Bar Thing

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#1 gmangokevin


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Posted 04 September 2008 - 11:36 PM

hey everyone, i know you might ask me to go point to some google search, but good news. i have looked and done a search already.

i can't seem to get the damn freaking thing to stop doing it. it makes me wish i didn't upgrade to firefox 3 seeing as how 2 worked perfectly fine.

well yeah, i've tried this website here and when i set the third option, nothing happens even after resetting firefox. i tried it in combination and not in combination with option number 2, but it still shows ONE BOOKMARK which is really annoying. i want the thing to drop down, just not my bookmarks.

has anyone had this problem and maybe someone who can recommend a fix without having to go back to firefox 2 or switching browsers? thanks.

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#2 Sharonsthere


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Posted 08 September 2008 - 09:51 AM

I was reading the link in your post and I read down to the comments and found this:

"Julie - When you set the frecency of bookmarks to zero, Firefox may take some time to recalculate the values. So the bookmarks may not disappear immediately from the address bar but they will as you use Firefox."

Does that help?
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