User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux i686; rv:36.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/36.0 Build ID: 20150224134617 Steps to reproduce: Removed hello button from toolbar Allowed Lubuntu to update Firefox (to 36.0) Actual results: Hello button reappeared on toolbar (again, the same happened during update some time ago) Expected results: nothing hello-related
Firefox 36 on Windows 7 x64. After updating to Firefox 36, it reappears at the toolbar. I remove it, I reboot, and it reappears again. Every reboot it goes back into place. Taking into account it shows a big nice logo of Movistar, this does not sound like a bug. If it it, please fix it as soon as possible. With things like this, it is getting harder for me to convince my customers not to switch to Google Chrome. An sincerely, I'm starting to think the effort isn't worth.
In my case restarting Firefox is not causing it to reappear.
Strange. Prior to commenting this bug, I tried twice to remove the icon and reboot. Both times the icon reappeared after the restart, so I noted it in my comment. But since then, I have rebooted two or three times (gone are the days Firefox could be kept open for a week without problem!), and the icon hasn't been shown again.
This is being dealt with in bug 1136300.