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    Changes made on toolbar properties don't stay.

    When I do things like make the toolbar autohide or change the icons to always hide/always show it changes. But, when I turn my computer off or restart the changes don't stay. It goes to default settings.
    I would hate to have to constantly make the same changes.

    Any reason why this is happening?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayz View Post
    When I do things like make the toolbar autohide or change the icons to always hide/always show it changes. But, when I turn my computer off or restart the changes don't stay. It goes to default settings.
    I would hate to have to constantly make the same changes.

    Any reason why this is happening?
    You need to tell the browser to remember your changes. Try


    document.getElementById("name_of_your_toolbar").se tAttribute("persist", "collapsed");

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    You are clicking Apply then OK correct?
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