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Thread: Firefox's matter ... ???

  1. #11
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    Re: Firefox's matter ... ???

    Quote Originally Posted by hypnot0ad View Post
    What happens when you try to ALT+TAB back to the main FF page?
    ...
    +1
    With Unity, I find that Alt+Tab helps spread out all the windows and then tabbing will identify the desired window.

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    Re: Firefox's matter ... ???

    Try Changeing your Theme.

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    Re: Firefox's matter ... ???

    First Reboot your system.Then Try If any problem persist comment below

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    Re: Firefox's matter ... ???

    The problem still occur even if I re-start the computer.
    To do Alt+Tab and to give Unity a Reset ... SORRY! I'm not try it yet!

    But now I change my Unity into Gnome Classic, so ... the problem is none.
    Since using Gnome Classic, I think I don't need the download status add-ons anymore, so I remove it. But after it was removed and restart the Firefox:
    now ... both my Download and DownThemAll won't work.
    The Download windows will work only if I open it before I click the download link.
    Regarding to the DownThemAll it won't work at all.
    Why?

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    Re: Firefox's matter ... ???

    Quote Originally Posted by czgirb View Post
    How to check it out? Please guide me.

    According to what you said, the Download Statusbar is a HELP ... as you said ... it looks like Chrome.
    Can we change the Statusbar in a New Tab? Like Opera did.

    Would you mind for doing a favor by telling which docky, is recommended?
    There are three docks I know of, "Docky", "Cairo-Dock" and "Avant Window Manager". Docky just sits there and acts like a dock and keeps out of the way, the other two are more advanced, more flashy and have more options.
    They are all in the Software Center, you can look for them and read the reviews and make your choice and install them from there.
    To install via command line :
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install docky
    or
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install cairo-dock
    or
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install avant-window-navigator
    and each will pull in several dependencies, mostly applets and addons.

    I have never used Opera much, so I don't really see what you are talking about, I don't know , but you can always right-click the status bar (= the "Addon bar") and "Customize" it (and the whole of Firefox) to your hearts content.
    For more information and questions about firefox functionality you can post in the Firefox Mega thread, there is a great Ubuntu member running it and answering all the problems
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    Re: Firefox's matter ... ???

    Quote Originally Posted by blackbird34 View Post
    I have never used Opera much, so I don't really see what you are talking about, I don't know , but you can always right-click the status bar (= the "Addon bar") and "Customize" it (and the whole of Firefox) to your hearts content.
    Sorry ... I never talked about Opera here.

    Quote Originally Posted by blackbird34 View Post
    There are three docks I know of, "Docky", "Cairo-Dock" and "Avant Window Manager". Docky just sits there and acts like a dock and keeps out of the way, the other two are more advanced, more flashy and have more options.
    They are all in the Software Center, you can look for them and read the reviews and make your choice and install them from there.
    To install via command line :
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install docky
    or
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install cairo-dock
    or
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install avant-window-navigator
    and each will pull in several dependencies, mostly applets and addons.
    ....
    For more information and questions about firefox functionality you can post in the Firefox Mega thread, there is a great Ubuntu member running it and answering all the problems
    Thank you for your guidance to Dock and thank you for show me the way where to ask ... So, the thread was marked as SOLVED. Cos I moved to the thread given.

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