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Cannot disable fullscreen animation (F11)
Hi, I'd like to disable that annoying animation when going to fullscreen (by hitting F11). Supposedly, setting the following should work:
Go to about:config
Set: full-screen-api.transition-duration.enter 0 0 full-screen-api.transition-duration.leave 0 0 full-screen-api.transition.timeout 0 full-screen-api.warning.delay 0 full-screen-api.warning.timeout 0
However, this does not have any effect in Firefox 94.0 on Ubuntu. Is this a bug/regression? Or is there some other way to disable the animation?
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PS.: I also have toolkit.cosmeticAnimations.enabled = false, to no effect as well.
- about:config => ui.prefersReducedMotion = 1
Note that toolkit.cosmeticAnimations.enabled isn't supported for quite some time and you can reset this pref (click the trashcan).
This option is missing from my about:config. Searching for "motion" brings up only these options:
device.sensors.motion.enabled false general.smoothScroll.msdPhysics.continuousMotionMaxDeltaMS 120 general.smoothScroll.msdPhysics.motionBeginSpringConstant 1250 layout.css.motion-path-ray.enabled false layout.css.motion-path.enabled false
I'm on FF 100.0.1 64-bit.
You can paste ui.prefersReducedMotion in the search bar on the about:config page and create a new Number pref by clicking the '+'. Set its value to '1' by double-clicking thprefersReducedMotionref line and click the OK button to confirm the change.