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[quote=Doon] :) To add some criticism to my praise I will say that I really don't like the first three buttons on your main toolbars (I think back/forward should be first), but as we know, moving or removing such things to satisfy an individual preference is a simple matter! Which leads me to the following, to encourage others to customise their toolbars... For those who have never changed their toolbars: Clicking [b]Edit -> Configuration -> Toolbars[/b] will open up the plain text file called [b]toolbars.cfg[/b] (each skin has it's own), which contains all of the code that creates and defines the toolbars and buttons. The text that defines each toolbar button is clustered into paragraphs, making it easy to move or hide individual buttons within a toolbar. Now imagine that you don't like the first three buttons on a toolbar, that you wish to swap the positions of button one and two and remove button three. To make those changes you could edit the text like this example: Paragraph2 Paragraph2 Paragraph2 Paragraph2 Paragraph1 Paragraph1 Paragraph1 Paragraph1 # Paragraph3 # Paragraph3 # Paragraph3 # Paragraph3 The lines of paragraph/button 2 were cut and then pasted above those of paragraph/button 1, thus swapping their order. Then a '#' sign was placed in front of all the lines of paragraph/button 3 in order to disable the code and hide the button, transforming it into 'comment' text seen only when the file is edited. Moving and hiding buttons is as easy as that, and the beauty of Siria's toolbar.cfg is that it's full of helpful labels, comments, advice, instructions and even links to external help and resources. Again, it's a great resource for those learning to customise the browser.[/quote]
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