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No menu, bookmarks, address bar or add-on icons.

Instead, I have a plain white background image. Right clicking on it gives me desktop menu options. To close the web browser, I have to right click the program in the tas… (read more)

Instead, I have a plain white background image. Right clicking on it gives me desktop menu options. To close the web browser, I have to right click the program in the taskbar. This is also not just firefox. Chrome and Edge are doing the same thing. Edge has 0 add ons, Chrome and Firefox have the same add ons. My firefox version is 88.0.1, I'm running Windows 10 up to date, I have a high speed internet connection. This issue started maybe 3 days ago. I tried bringing it up in safe mode (troubleshoot mode) and still didn't have any of my normal buttons (close, minimize, maximize).

I can temporarily fix the issue, if I hit the F11 (full screen), the screen will jump, at first no change (it would be entering full screen when I hit it first), hitting it again (exit full screen) will bring back my normal window, complete with add-ons, all buttons and even my background image.

I'm attaching a screenshot. I'm really at a loss on this one. Any help would be appreciated.

Dave

Asked by Dave254 4 months ago

Answered by Dave254 3 months ago

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Firefox 65 UserChrome.css Not working

Hello, For quite a while I was using a custom UserChrome.css that removed minimize\maximize\close buttons from the tab bar. It looked like this: /* Firefox userChrome.cs… (read more)

Hello, For quite a while I was using a custom UserChrome.css that removed minimize\maximize\close buttons from the tab bar. It looked like this:

/* Firefox userChrome.css */

@namespace url("http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul");

/* Hide min, max, close in title bar */

  1. titlebar-min, #titlebar-max, #titlebar-close

{ display: none !important; }

/* Hide minimize, restore, close in full screen */

  1. minimize-button, #restore-button, #close-button

{ display: none !important; }

But after latest update (to Firefox 65 I believe) the app doesn't recognize the code in UserChrome.css.

I understand from Fx 65 change notes there were some changes to how Firefox parses css, isn't it?

What should I do to make UserChrome.css work?

I would appreciate any other method of removing minimize\maximize\close buttons from the tab bar if it isn't doable with UserChrome.css now.

EDIT: forum formatting doesn't show the code correctly. Here's pastebin: https://pastebin.com/1cBDgCJs

Asked by MarkusBorsy 2 years ago

Last reply by MarkusBorsy 2 years ago