9 Firefox 3 Location Bar Tweaks

By | June 21, 2008

Time for some tips and tricks. Percy Cabello wrote a great article on how you can tweak your location bar. For example: make autocomplete menu show only typed addresses and not visited or bookmarked, how to change the number of suggestions displayed in the autocomplete menu and more.

If you want to play with Firefox 3 location bar a bit, this can help you a lot.

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  1. Morbus says:

    I personally love the new location bar. I understand some people may be used to the old behavior, and even though I think I’m biased because I NEVER even used the old location bar’s auto-complete function, I think everyone’s better off using the new awesome bar.

  2. name says:

    I don’t like software that chooses its own behaviour for me.

    I don’t want information being shown to me that I haven’t actively asked for, it’s clutters my view of things and makes my brain do the work of filtering out that my software should do for me.

    This inflexibility in the cheerleader-American ‘awesome bar’ [sic] is the antithesis of user-friendly.

  3. Arul says:

    Fire fox has its salient features to work with over the Internet. Every plug ins are used to some kind of applications. If you need, just install the plug ins otherwise, you don’t…