Firefox 67.0.2 x64 for Win 10; Need more lines of bookmarks

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So I've been a user of Firefox for quite some time but never had this problem before; The Bookmarks toolbar keeps my website links where I want them, and they function just fine. But I have enough such links that I have to shovel some of them off in the "overflow" section to the right of my monitor/screen margin. Is there no way for a non-programmer such as myself to increase the size of the Bookmarks toolbar to allow for 2 or perhaps 3 lines of such links? It used to be possible just by dragging a link over, positioning it under another link, and dropping it there, but that no longer seems to be effective.
 

Oddba11

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You should be able to drag stuff around to change it. I can't test, as I stopped using FF several months ago (after years and years of support). It may be locked by default and the last that I checked, you could enter the bookmark editing mode to make any changes that you wanted.
 

plodr

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Is there no way for a non-programmer such as myself to increase the size of the Bookmarks toolbar to allow for 2 or perhaps 3 lines of such links?
Apparently someone has coded something to add to userChrome.css

directions here:
https://www.e2app.com/memories/how-to-get-multirow-bookmarks-back-in-firefox-57-and-newer/

you find the userChrome.css file, if you created one at
C:\Users\your username on that computer\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\profiles\ the default profile\chrome

and yes, you almost have to be a programmer to gain back some of the options removed when FF stopped using xpi addons.
 
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