Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

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Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

Unread post by pccobbler » 2019-07-20, 16:47

One thing I always do is move the home page icon just right of the URL field. If possible, please allow this in the future.

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Re: Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

Unread post by Night Wing » 2019-07-20, 17:05

The Home page icon can be moved to where you want already. By opening up the Customize window, you can move the Home page icon to the right of the URL bar. Look at my attachment below. Of course, you'll have to left click the attachment to make it larger and easier to see.
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Re: Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

Unread post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2019-07-20, 19:30

pccobbler wrote:
2019-07-20, 16:47
One thing I always do is move the home page icon just right of the URL field. If possible, please allow this in the future.
Button. It is a Toolbar Button.

I suggest you learn how to use the software you employ before you ask for features that have existed since before Pale Moon was a thing.. which in total is going on 15 years now since customizable toolbars.

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Re: Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

Unread post by Aube Bleue » 2019-07-20, 20:38

New Tobin Paradigm wrote:
2019-07-20, 19:30
Button. It is a Toolbar Button.
Well, according to the Customize Toolbar window itself, the term icon is correct:
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Re: Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

Unread post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2019-07-20, 20:41

Incorrect. That is to show Icons or Text or Icons AND Text which are ELEMENTS of a toolbar item commonly toolbar buttons. SNAP!

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Re: Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

Unread post by Aube Bleue » 2019-07-20, 20:54

So, icon + text = button/item. Got it. Thanks for the precision, Captain Tobin. I appreciate that.
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Re: Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

Unread post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2019-07-20, 21:00

Aube Bleue wrote:
2019-07-20, 20:54
So, icon + text = button/item. Got it. Thanks for the precision, Captain Tobin. I appreciate that.
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Re: Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

Unread post by pccobbler » 2019-07-21, 19:24

I looked in the menubar, which is generally a superset of functionality. It never occurred to me that someone would only place it in the separate popup menu that enables/disables the menubar. Don't worry, I won't post again.

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Re: Allow home page icon to be placed right or left

Unread post by Aube Bleue » 2019-07-21, 20:11

pccobbler wrote:
2019-07-21, 19:24
I looked in the menubar, which is generally a superset of functionality. It never occurred to me that someone would only place it in the separate popup menu that enables/disables the menubar.
It is accessible through the Menu Bar: View -> Toolbars -> Customize.
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