Link destination popup moved into the status bar. Topic is solved

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Link destination popup moved into the status bar.

Unread postby Uppity » Thu, 31 May 2018, 20:27

What happened to the link mouse-over that used to popup, just above the status bar. It would shift to the left or right side, depending on where the pointer was moved.?

It has been there forever, but with Version: 27.9.2 (64-bit), it has moved directly into the status bar.

I've searched for a setting, including in about:config, but fail to find anything I can change.

I use it to see if links are long enough to require a tinyurl link vs. the acutal location link.
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Re: Link destination popup moved into the status bar.  Topic is solved

Unread postby vannilla » Thu, 31 May 2018, 21:50

Under the "Tools" menu there's an item called "Status bar preferences".
See if changing the settings there works.

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Re: Link destination popup moved into the status bar.

Unread postby Uppity » Thu, 31 May 2018, 21:57

vannilla wrote:Under the "Tools" menu there's an item called "Status bar preferences".
See if changing the settings there works.

vannilla, you are a genius.
I've been looking at the Tools menu forward and backwards, along with various extensions.

I've been technically challenged for a month, now.
This problem is no longer a problem.

Thank you.
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