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The Firefox Web browser supports a high level of customization by the end user. This customization is facilitated primarily through the installation of add-ons, which are software packages that modify the operation of the browser. Add-ons are distributed over the Internet in XPI format and are programmed in the JavaScript scripting language.

The Firefox Add-On Bar is a central place of interest for toying with add-ons. It is a toolbar at the bottom of the browser window. Unlike what is implied by the name “Add-On Bar”, it is useful for more than just add-ons. The Firefox Add-On Bar replaced the Status Bar in version 4 of Firefox. The Status Bar was a common place for add-ons to place icons. As with many major software changes, certain Status Bar functionality was discarded. Fortunately, it has been replicated by add-ons like Status-4-Evar.

With the advent of the Firefox Add-On Bar, the level of possible user customization has increased, through support for the Customize Toolbar dialog. Users are free to place add-on icons anywhere on the bar, separated by any combination of other icons, vertical separators, flexible space, and blank space. Add-ons typically provide a few useful icons you may want to include on your Add-On Bar. These add-on icons provide access to add-on menus as well as add-on options. The Add-On Bar may be closed to allow more screen space for the main browser window. Whether you are a veteran or a beginner, the functionality of the Add-On Bar makes for a novel experience with Firefox.