get the address bar onto the menu bar

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Retired Navy, Jul 29, 2007.

  1. Retired Navy

    Retired Navy Guest

    good morning,

    i installed ie7 last evening, running great, no problems.
    just trying to make my wanted adjustments, like many others i'm kinda picky,
    and i got use-to the way i had ie6 looking when i opened it up.

    { this is on windows xp professional sp2 w/all updates, including the ones
    that show up after installing ie7 }

    i used this ie7 tweak utility,

    http://www.intelliadmin.com/blog/2007/01/tweak-your-ie-7-settings.html

    to hide the search bar, force the menu to the top, and hide the command bar.
    worked great, no problems.

    now i would like to know if anyone knows how to:
    get the "address bar", and the "refresh/go and stop buttons", and the "back
    and forward buttons", placed up on the menu bar to the right of "Help".

    that was how i had ie6 configured, and it was nice because everything that i
    wanted was all on one bar, thus giving me more page to view, and less
    clutter.
    in ie6 you could drag it all up there.

    i haven't seen how to get the address bar onto the menu bar mentioned
    anywhere, but everything else can be accomplished so there must be a way.

    thank you
     
    Retired Navy, Jul 29, 2007
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  2. Hello,

    To customize your address bar I have developed a special toolbar
    (www.quero.at) that replaces the fixed navigation bar and makes it possible
    again to share the space with the menu bar for example.

    Best regards,

    Viktor Krammer
     
    Viktor Krammer, Jul 29, 2007
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  3. Retired Navy

    Retired Navy Guest

    hi viktor,

    but can it put the "address bar"(navigation bar), and the "refresh/go and
    stop buttons", and the "back and forward buttons", onto the menu bar,
    to the right of "Help".???

    thank you for your reply sir
     
    Retired Navy, Jul 29, 2007
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  4. Hi Retired Navy,
    Yes, Quero has its own navigation buttons and allows you to hide the fixed
    navigation bar of IE7 (Quero options > Appearance > Hide standard
    address/navigation bar).

    Best regards,

    Viktor Krammer
     
    Viktor Krammer, Jul 30, 2007
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