This is with Customize open. I will hunt around some more and try a reinstall if no luck. Whenever want to see the download progress, you have to switch to this Downloads window. Also, you should let firefox keep updating. Not sure if someone has come up with an extension to have that show all the time and to add an element or two to it. The extension works best in conjunction with the configuration hack described in the previous paragraph. I used a couple of rectangles because they are easy to make a taller bar shape that starts off white and fills with blue in the same manner as the current progress bar.
I've been fighting Firefox 57 for hours now. Hey, there is hardly any add-on working right now, right? I'm not new to computers. I only have one add-on on this browser so it's not a great test but I can test more once I get home. Failing all of this, you can always uninstall Firefox and reinstall it with little setup time. I wonder why it is so hard to make it an option? Make sure it isn't checked or it won't appear in your toolbar. Why do I keep getting answers to questions not asked? Note: While a download is in progress, the Firefox icon on the Windows Taskbar will have partial shading.
For those who are using Firefox 4 beta 7, you will notice that the status bar is now gone. You can adjust the colors to match your browser theme as well. On Windows, to show the classic menu bar File, Edit, View. I gave up maintaining what I had when Microsoft came up with better ways to prevent people like me from doing so. I remember the download status window from previous versions, but in Quantum its not visible anywhere. .
I'm on 57, I'm not sure what you are referring to when saying 'Download toolbar button'. This is accomplished using custom style rules in a userChrome. When you download a file in Firefox, a Downloads window pops up which shows the download progress information. So, as I mentioned in another post, I'll be rolling back to v56 until they fix this problem. Maybe you haven't made any downloads yet during the current session.
Now all the icons are still on the left, which means the link under the cursor doesn't show up at all I suppose the label's container has a width of 0. It's rung down the curtain and joined the choir invisible. It's rung down the curtain and joined the choir invisible. I will hunt around some more and try a reinstall if no luck. I restored the backup I made before the update and was back to browsing being simply weird.
If anyone has found an alternative method, please let me know. If you hadn't nailed it to the taskbar it would be pushing up the daisies. I used a couple of rectangles because they are easy to make a taller bar shape that starts off white and fills with blue in the same manner as the current progress bar. You never know exactly what you're getting, just clicking through those installation boxes. Once again, Microsoft changed things - not for the better, simply different. It was the add-on I wrote a post on a few weeks back that made me upgrade to Fireox 7.
That should help determine whether it is safe to close Firefox. It used to have the link under the cursor to the left, and the icons Firebug, etc. Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. I really wanted to post a brief word in order to say thanks to you for the nice information you are placing here. Many users are angry at this change and some even petition to get Mozilla to restore the status bar. When installed, this nifty tool suppresses the download window and instead displays a small toolbar at the bottom showing information about the file being downloaded.
Well, I have re-installed firefox Quantum 58. It may be green; it used to be orange. This is a late Status Bar. It has a lot of options. You can compare the appearance part way through a download in the following image built-in bar on top, taller bar on the bottom.
Maybe some parameter in about:config? Having a status bar is a massive help in these situations. But it is not even offered as an option. See the attached for an illustration of what you're looking for. Found nothing remotely relevant to status bar in about:config too. Thanks for the handy code -- but thin line below the arrow wasn't there. If you have never set up a userChrome. Select from a range of colors for the browser.
All other browsers shows the file download progress. Link Target Display is a simple, no frill Firefox extension that displays the link in the left bottom corner, just like in Google Chrome. It has ceased to be. I don't think a reinstall is necessary. Go ahead and give it a try, share your views about it with us. My time intensive internet investigation has finally been compensated with awesome ideas to write about with my contacts. Does anyone know how to get Mozilla Firefox to show the file download progress? If you hadn't nailed it to the taskbar it would be pushing up the daisies.