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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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There's programs for Yahoo (YahooPOP's) and Hotmail (Hotmail Popper) that can do that. All you have to do is set up an account that goes to 127.0.0.1. In addition, if you use MSN or Yahoo for Internet access, they can provide a way to do it too.
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