Current Position:Home > With 3.6 and earlier, one website I use would have a "frame" around thumbnails which would go away once I accessed it. Aftwer 4.0, no frame. Frames still there with IE. Is there a setting where I can get them back with the newer versions of Firefox?

With 3.6 and earlier, one website I use would have a "frame" around thumbnails which would go away once I accessed it. Aftwer 4.0, no frame. Frames still there with IE. Is there a setting where I can get them back with the newer versions of Firefox?

Update:10-11Source: network consolidation
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Pretty much what I asked above. Obviously there was a change between 3.6 and 4.0 that is causing this.
These black "frames" around the thumbnails are very handy as they let me know which ones have been accessed and which have not. Once I would click on the thumbnail, the "frame" around it would disappear. I could come back weeks later and tell what had been accessed and what hadn't.
I discovered this problem this spring when I upgraded to 4.0 in my laptop. I kept "nursing" the 3.6 in my desktop as I did not want to lose that feature. The other night I tried to update my 3.6 and, unfortunately, I got force-fed 6.0.
Anyhow, it has to be something you changed when 4.0 was brought out - and has stayed changed in 5.0 and 6.0. As noted above, the frames are still there if I go to the site with Internet Explorer. Sure love to find a way to get this feature back with Firefox!

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Pretty much what I asked above. Obviously there was a change between 3.6 and 4.0 that is causing this.
These black "frames" around the thumbnails are very handy as they let me know which ones have been accessed and which have not. Once I would click on the thumbnail, the "frame" around it would disappear. I could come back weeks later and tell what had been accessed and what hadn't.
I discovered this problem this spring when I upgraded to 4.0 in my laptop. I kept "nursing" the 3.6 in my desktop as I did not want to lose that feature. The other night I tried to update my 3.6 and, unfortunately, I got force-fed 6.0.
Anyhow, it has to be something you changed when 4.0 was brought out - and has stayed changed in 5.0 and 6.0. As noted above, the frames are still there if I go to the site with Internet Explorer. Sure love to find a way to get this feature back with Firefox!