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    FIrefox 4 in Gnome (on Natty)

    Hi Everyone,
    I am running into a weird problem: Firefox 4's new layout loads and appears just fine in Unity, however when I login using Ubuntu Classic (Gnome 2.3) Firefox goes back to its old pre-firefox 4 layout: the menu bar still shows and the tabs don't appear in the title bar. Can anyone help me fix this? Thanks

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    Re: FIrefox 4 in Gnome (on Natty)

    Hi and Welcome

    Right click on the FF panel near the search bar and a context menu with different options will appear . You can remove the menu bar from there.
    Last edited by Frogs Hair; June 10th, 2011 at 02:29 AM.
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    Re: FIrefox 4 in Gnome (on Natty)

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogs Hair View Post
    Hi and Welcome

    Right click on FF panel near the search bar and a context menu with different options will appear . You can remove the menu bar from there.
    Thanks. But what about moving the tab bar up into the windows title bar (ala Chrome). Thats how FF 4 shows up in Unity but its not doing it in Gnome. Is that a limitation in Gnome?

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    Re: FIrefox 4 in Gnome (on Natty)

    From the same menu select tabs on top .
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