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Old 12-04-2007, 07:36 PM   #1
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firefox question

why do my most used web pages always appear at the bottom of the list, explorer list the most recent at the top.

my email, motohouston, ebay and others that I use the most are always at the bottom. why.
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which version are you using and are you talking about in the address bar?
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Old 12-04-2007, 07:43 PM   #3
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Also, have you set up your bookmarks to appear on the main page for faster access?
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Yes the address bar, when I click on the drop down tab the list drops down my my most recent and most used are alwasy at the very bottom, I have to scroll down to them.

I dont have any bookmarks set up.
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Old 12-04-2007, 08:50 PM   #5
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Since we're talking about it...
How is firefox better than IE?
I've been interested in using it for a while... but never had enough info to decide.
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I dont know that it is any better now that IE also has tabs, but I have been using it a while.
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Since we're talking about it...
How is firefox better than IE?
I've been interested in using it for a while... but never had enough info to decide.
IE 7.0 is utter . On Vista, macromedia updates (flash) doesn't work so I have to revert to FireFox. Also, for those of us that use WebMail, IE7 ****ing sucks because all you can do is read...replying doesn't work. And that's after updating SMSR but that may just be a webserver issue for me (although many are having similiar problems online)

Firefox is good in that its simpler and consistant. Personally though, even with all the IE nonsense, I will stick to IE only because it's what I am used to.
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Well I looked through the settings and couldn't find anything about how the order of links are stored in the address bar BUT..... You can be more efficient by bookmarking the exact page you like. Once saved, drag it to the header on the main page. Once you open up the browser, it will always be stored there. I also added the tab icon on the exact same bar since I tend to have multiple browsers opened. The image below is an my browser so that you can get an idea of what I am talking about.


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and what do you use?

Please dont say bitlord haha
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and what do you use?

Please dont say bitlord haha
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limewire lol
single file dl's using limewire FTW
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nice on the azurues... my personal favorite
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