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Resize Overflow Menu width? Or make extension menu in Overflow have more width?

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Recently installed the Twitch Now add-on and I thought it was weird that the Following Stream keep showing "No Channels Live" when there are, and I've logged in within Twitch's website. After a bit of tinkering, I realized that I also need to be logged-in on the add-on. I didn't realize this at first because I put the add-on within Firefox 57.0's Overflow menu, which imposes a restricted width on the extensions within. The Log In button is outside of that width limit, so it was not displayed. Now, I found that you can just log-in outside of the Overflow menu OR zoom out to see the button via Ctrl+Scroll Down.

Still, is there any way to allow for the extension menu to not be constrained by Overflow's width or to adjust its width? It's still annoying with other extensions with wide menus as well.

Recently installed the Twitch Now add-on and I thought it was weird that the Following Stream keep showing "No Channels Live" when there are, and I've logged in within Twitch's website. After a bit of tinkering, I realized that I also need to be logged-in on the add-on. I didn't realize this at first because I put the add-on within Firefox 57.0's Overflow menu, which imposes a restricted width on the extensions within. The Log In button is outside of that width limit, so it was not displayed. Now, I found that you can just log-in outside of the Overflow menu OR zoom out to see the button via Ctrl+Scroll Down. Still, is there any way to allow for the extension menu to not be constrained by Overflow's width or to adjust its width? It's still annoying with other extensions with wide menus as well.

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Sounds like a mistake by the developer who created the Twitch extension, by not planning on that extension ending up in the overflow part of the toolbar.

Of course you can probably "fix" that issue by going into Customize and moving that Twitch button left so that is stays on the main part of the toolbar and doesn't go into overflow. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/customize-firefox-controls-buttons-and-toolbars

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Not sure. A lot of the other extensions doesn't seem to be adjusted to it either - though they are still functional (Tampermonkey and Pushbullet has a scroll-bar to control it with, but they're still constrained while Black Menu got really cramped).

It's not that big of a deal, and I could definitely work around it, but it still would be nice if I could just resize the Overflow menu itself, though I'm not sure where to even begin to do that.