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How to remove background image in Firefox.

Posted on 2010-09-17
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Suddenly my Firefox 3.6.10 has a background image that spans the top of the browser, from the file, edit, view, etc menus down to the browser tabs.

It is some absolutely hideous cartoon graphic of some halloween-kids on a green-grass hillside.

Since it's not practical for me to hunt down and kill the person or persons responsible, I would at least like some help removing this obscenity from my screen.

Please.  Help.

Thanks.

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Marc Z earned 200 total points
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I think those are called Personas. Go to ToolsI>Add-ons and find Personas And select it and choosae Disable or Remove.
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Is never extra to do a Virus, Malware check ..
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Try disabling the plugins.
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with your help, I found it

it's add-ons | themes

thank you thank you
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