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Firefox:  Set Page Style default to "Basic Page Style"

Posted on 2014-11-27
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Hi All,

The is a setting in Firefox > View > Page Style > Basic Page Style

How can I set it so this is the default setting?  Currently it keeps selecting Wrap Long Lines.

I've noticed some other PC's dont have the "Wrap Long Lines" option, so default to "Basic Page Style"

Many thanks
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If its selected it should stay selected
For the wrap lines in the address bar type
about:config

In search enter wrap

Double click plain_text.wrap_long_lines until it shows false
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