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I'm using Firefox, and every time I start it up, the Bookmarks toolbar shows up. This wasn't a default option before, and I have no bookmarks, so it just shows up as a blank toolbar. Even if I did have bookmarks, I wouldn't want the toolbar visible, so my question is: Is there any way to automatically hide the Bookmarks toolbar, instead of having to manually hide it every time Firefox gets opened?



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I can uncheck the bookmark toolbar under "View", "Toolbars" and it doesn't come back when I restart firefox. Don't know if that's how you're getting rid of it manually or not.
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    Originally posted by Lise
    I can uncheck the bookmark toolbar under "View", "Toolbars" and it doesn't come back when I restart firefox. Don't know if that's how you're getting rid of it manually or not.


That's how I'm doing it.



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