Closed Bug 553390 Opened 10 years ago Closed 9 years ago
Add an option to the context menu for customizing the tabbar toolbar
Add an option to the context menu for customizing the tabbar toolbar. The menu and navigation toolbars both have an option in the right-click context menus but the tabbar does not.
Or just a 'Tabs on Top' check? P.s. the current context menu on the tabbar is already crowded, and could use some (late spring) cleaning.
(In reply to comment #1) > Or just a 'Tabs on Top' check? > P.s. the current context menu on the tabbar is already crowded, and could use > some (late spring) cleaning. I don't think that option should be added because I doubt users are going to change the positioning of tabs that much to warrant a context menu entry. A customize option could be used a lot more. Especially now on vista and window 7 that the menu bar is hidden by default and the navigation bar has barely any clickable area to get the context menu. Right-clicking anywhere on the tabbar though activates the context menu where a user could customize their toolbars to add/remove/move buttons.
Now that the customizable tabbar patch has landed, this would be great! Do we not have wanted1.9.* flags anymore?
If I've understood the request in this bug correctly, this now works. Right-clicking in a blank area of the tab bar now offers the same menu options available by right-clicking on a blank area of any other toolbar. I think that addresses the original request ("The menu and navigation toolbars both have an option in the right-click context menus but the tabbar does not."). If not, please feel free to comment further or reopen.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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