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Enable Or Disable The Google Chrome Bookmark Toolbar

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#1 Wigan


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Posted 03 March 2011 - 02:33 PM

Hi all, I've been using the chrome web browser for a while now and just thought I'd pass on a useful tip for those who like to fill the screen with web content, rather than browser toolbars. By default, the Chrome browser comes without the bookmarks toolbar showing - but sometimes it is a useful thing to have. To enable it; Ctrl Shift and B To disable it, it's exactly the same combination. Now there is no need to have your bookmarks either constantly hidden, or on show - toggle between both options with ease. :mrgreen: Quick edit: If you're familiar with the Firefox bookmark toolbar and want to use those bookmarks in Chrome .. Go into Firefox bookmarks manager and export those bookmarks using HTML .. you can now import those directly into Chrome and they act the same way.

Edited by Wigan, 03 March 2011 - 02:36 PM.

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