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How to disable Reader View in Firefox

With Firefox 38.0.5, which is in Beta stage at the moment of this writing, Mozilla enabled a Reader View feature by default. Reader View strips out unnecessary elements from the opened web page, reflows the text and turns it into a cleaner looking text document without ads, menus and scripts, so the user can focus on reading the text content. If you are not going to use it, you might be interested in disabling Reader View and hide its icon from the address bar.

There is a new Reader mode in Mozilla Firefox

Firefox Nightly for Windows now features a new Reader mode, which might be familiar to Firefox users of mobile devices. When enabled, it strips out unnecessary elements from the opened web page, reflows the text and turns it into a cleaner looking text document without ads, menus and scripts, so the user can focus on reading the text content. Firefox also renders the text on the page with a new font and formatting in Reader mode. At the moment of this writing, Reader mode is not available in the stable release of Firefox, but can be enabled in Firefox Nightly. Here's how.

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