In a new profile, the customization sheet offers these items: Print Activity Indicator Downloads History Bookmarks New Window Cut Copy Paste Full Screen Zoom Controls Sync If we had a sense of which items are or will be more popular than others, we could put the more popular ones at the top. For instance: I'd put Activity Indicator all the way down, as it's a pretty much redundant item. Cut/Copy/Paste seem niche, Sync as well.
good idea, only small caveat would be that we should probably keep a few of these grouped together (like cut/copy/paste) even though they might have a spread of usage.
It's definitely useful if people want to find their most common used items and put it in the toolbar. But the down side is if we keep changing the position of items then users might get confusing. One possible alternative is order the items based on the popularity among average users and stick to the order.
(In reply to Zhenshuo Fang (:fang) - Firefox UX Team from comment #2) > One possible alternative > is order the items based on the popularity among average users and stick to > the order. That's the whole idea.
The items are defined here and just need to be reordered: http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/annotate/ccbb41b873cd/browser/base/content/browser.xul#l849 Since I don't think we have hard data, I propose that we just move these items down for now: cut-button copy-button paste-button sync-button navigator-throbber tabview-button (remains at the very bottom since it gets added to the toolbar automatically)
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Thanks for the patch! :-) https://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/rev/e5c0df11d314