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I just downloaded Camino and there is no little arrow on the address bar that lets you see all the websites you hav visited. Does anyone know how to get this arrow thing? Thanks!

Also, in my bookmark bar, I bookmarked Yahoo.com and there is a little red Y symbol next to it. How do I get rid of this?
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To see your history, select 'go' in the menu bar and you should see the last visited sites.

The 'Y' icon is yahoo's famicon.
You can probably set the about:config file to prevent them from being saved, but I'd just leave it... it makes the sites stand out better.
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To see your history, select 'go' in the menu bar and you should see the last visited sites.

The 'Y' icon is yahoo's famicon.
You can probably set the about:config file to prevent them from being saved, but I'd just leave it... it makes the sites stand out better.
But I want to be able to go to the website I want by scrolling in the address bar
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Camino does not work that way. Sorry.

Firefox does though. So does Opera.
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