Re: IE8 - Move Favorites Bar to Menu Bar area?
I quite like it. I do think it is an improvement...
Mostly I use the Add to Favorites Bar button, not the Add to Favorites
button, menu or context menu.
When I am finished searching and have accumulated the links I want to keep
on the Favorites bar I can easily drag them to a folder on the Favorites
Center.... easier than the clunky Add to Favorites dialog which ALLways
opens up at the Favorites Root.
I think their reasoning was for hosting Web Slices in an area of the Toolbar
that was separate from other Third-party toolbars (to stop those addons
hijacking your web slice results).
When a Webslice on the Favorites bar receives an update its text and
background flashes... Keeping it at eye-level attracts the attention of the
user when an update is received.
ppl didn't like IE7 at first either, but over time I think they will warm to
"+Bob+" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> On Fri, 12 Mar 2010 13:37:18 +1100, "rob^_^"
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>No, you cannot move the Favorites Bar up to the same area occupied by the
>>Menu Bar and Third-party toolbars
>>There could be a third-party toolbar that lists your Internet Shortcuts in
>>your Favorites/Links folder, but with IE's Loosely coupled toolbars it
>>slow IE down to a snails pace with each new tab. There would be security
>>considerations in allowing Folders in the same area as other Third-party
> Thanks. I'll never figure out why MS seems to think it's an
> improvement each time they remove useful a feature from one of their