If you have a Chrome browser and a Chrome app, you may have noticed that one of the browser’s tabs now appears as a toolbar.
This appears to be an error message, but it’s actually the result of an issue with Google’s web browser.
In Chrome’s “Advanced tab settings” tab, you can enable “Enable toolbar overlay” to allow you to select a new toolbar tab.
You can also set a custom icon to show on the toolbar’s home page.
When you launch a Chrome web page, it opens up the Chrome toolbar, allowing you to quickly switch between the tabs and other browser-specific content.
But in a new Firefox browser, you will see an error: “An error occurred during the configuration process.”
Firefox is supposed to show a toolbar for each tab, but the toolbar appears to only appear when the tab is open.
The error appears when you launch Firefox from a new tab in the same browser, but you can’t switch between tabs from the toolbar.
The workaround is to disable the toolbar overlay.
Firefox’s Web Inspector tab opens up and displays the “Toolbar” icon, which can be used to quickly toggle between the toolbar and other tabs.
To remove the toolbar, right-click on the icon and select “Options,” then click “Show advanced settings.”
If the problem persists, check that the toolbar is disabled and try launching Firefox again from a different browser.