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Old 06-11-2012, 04:15 PM   #1
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Firefox 13,KDE, FC17: how to reduce height of bookmarks foldders in list?


I recently upgraded from FC14 to FC17 which also upgraded the Firefox to
13. I noticed that when I open the bookmarks menu (with LOTS of
bookmarks folders are listed at the "root" level), the height of the folders items combined with space between each two is higher that it was
at the previous version. That causes the list to be higher than the
display, resulting in the "more" item at the bottom of the screen
and wasting few seconds to get to the items below the screen edge.

I'm looking for a way to make the rows of the bookmarks menu items
to be a little closer to each other. I searched in some settings
but found nothing that would help me.

Is it a matter of desktop sheme? I searched in desktop settings
but found nothing.

Does anyone knows if such control exists al all in KDE?



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