Re: Removing 'X' from toolbars in IE8
Can you help me find an 'X'? Whether the Menu Bar on my copy of IE 8 is
enabled or not, whether the toolbars are locked or not, I don't an 'X'
Errare humanum est
> Hi Leonard,
> All COM toolbars loaded in IE8 have the Close button added to them. Some
> toolbars have their own context menus, which means that if the Menu bar
> is not visible, then users will have no way of unloading the toolbar
> because the IE Toolbar context menu is not always available.
> "Leonard Grey" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Correct...I don't use any third-party toolbars. The toolbars that ship
>> with Internet Explorer don't have an 'X' to the left or right. If
>> Google's toolbar has an 'X' you need to complain to Google.
>> Leonard Grey
>> Errare humanum est
>> Granpoh wrote:
>>> You must not use the Google, etc. toolbars. There's a big 'X' to the
>>> left of each toolbar for closing them. That's what I'm talking about.
>>> "Leonard Grey" wrote:
>>>> Are you referring to the red 'X'? That icon stops a web page from
>>>> loading. You use it if some portion of a web page (e.g., an ad) is
>>>> still trying to load, but you've already got what you to see. It has
>>>> nothing to do with turning off toolbars.
>>>> To remove a toolbar (for those that are removable) right-click on
>>>> any toolbar and uncheck the one you don't want to see.
>>>> Leonard Grey
>>>> Errare humanum est
>>>> Granpoh wrote:
>>>>> How do you remove that annoying, unnecessary 'X' (for closing your
>>>>> toolbars) in IE8. For crying out loud, how hard is it to turn off a
>>>>> toolbar if you don't want it, without having to worry about
>>>>> accidentally closing it when you do need it. Besides, it takes up
>>>>> too much space.