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Friday, August 7, 2009

How to customize TMT toolbar


Beginning from TMT 1.0.0, users can customize the TMT toolbar just like any other toolbar. Right click on any FF toolbar and choose 'Customize' to open the Toolbar Palette. Then you drag and drop toolbar buttoms to left or right or even out of TMT toolbar.

These are the looks of the 3 buttons that you can drag or drop from the toolbar palette.


Apart from these 3 buttons, the 'Row Menu' that allows you select TMT rows can also be dragged to a different position (e.g. right of TMT toolbar). However, please do not drag and drop the 'Row Menu' back to the toolbar palette as that would cause unexpected error. Don't worry if you have lost those buttons, you can always click 'Restore Default Set' to reset the toolbars . (And restart Firefox if you have lost the Row Menu.)

** To enable customization of your TMT toolbar, you will need to move the TMT toolbar position to the top first. Sometimes Firefox may change the order of your buttons if you move the TMT from bottom to top.

We hope you enjoy your unique TMT toolbar!

5 comments:

awedmortal said...

great developments! one more button would be great -- "Move current tab to current TMT Toolbar". this would be especially useful for those of us who hide the tabbar (eg, using tree style tabs). thanks!

fred w said...

Just starting to figure this out. Can't get this to work: Right click on any FF toolbar and choose 'Customize' to open the Toolbar Palette.
The illustration shows a page that I can't find.
Also can't get the ''pin tab'' to work.
thx, fred

Sandy@visibo said...

@fred w, you can get more details on how to your customize your Firefox toolbars here. http://goo.gl/GlXLK

To pin a tab, you can right click on the tab to and click 'Pin this Tab'

Brian said...

When I try to "Pin Tab," I only have the option to "Pin as App Tab." Also, when I right-click in the TMT bar, nothing happens for me. I am using the current (6.0.2) main production release of Firefox. I like the concept, I just can't get it to work! Are there any known extension conflicts?

Visibo said...

@Brian "Pin as App Tab" is inside the context menu of the normal tab. Please right click on a TMT tab and the TMT context menu should look like the one in this post http://blog.visibotech.com/2010/05/toomanytabs-120-released.html

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