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    I have recently installed Firefox 3.5.2 (Doing a little bit of experimentation away from IE).
    I have to say that I was reasonably happy with IE and liked IE8.
    Anyway, so far I am impressed with Firefox and I am currently playing around with how much "Tweaking" I can do!
    My stumbling block at the moment is the Norton toolbar.
    It does appear on the toolbar list under view, but this only shows/hides it.
    Because it is fairly short, is it possible to move it to the end of another toolbar, for example, or add a toolbar after it.
    Otherwise quite a lot of space seems to be wasted to the right of the Norton icons (Is this empty space still part of the Norton Toolbar? Can you shorten it?)
    I have been playing with the separators, etc, but no joy.

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    [quote name='stevehoward3248' post='790524' date='24-Aug-2009 13:37']My stumbling block at the moment is the Norton toolbar. It does appear on the toolbar list under view, but this only shows/hides it. Because it is fairly short, is it possible to move it to the end of another toolbar, for example, or add a toolbar after it.[/quote]
    As far as I know, Firefox does not have a feature to force toolbars to share the same row. However, you can create your own toolbar or mix them up using View > Toolbars > Customize... Drag the icons you want to move to the button palette or the toolbar of your choice. Or maybe there's an extension that solves this problem?

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    Thanks for the reply.
    I didn't think there would be an easy option.
    But I thought it worth asking the question.

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