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Can no longer stop websites from suppresing standard menus

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Back in 2019 I learned how to set Firefox so that a website opening a new window would always include standard menus (the website could not suppress them). Now I get windows without the menus and controls I need.

I used some combination of 

dom.disable_window_open_feature.menubar

   and

dom.event.contextmenu.enabled

These haven't done the job for over a year now.

How do I do this now?

Thanks in advance, Lawrence

p.s. I note that I run Windows 8.1 (up-to-date), but have a Windows 10 I could use if it would work better there (up-to-date).

Back in 2019 I learned how to set Firefox so that a website opening a new window would always include standard menus (the website could not suppress them). Now I get windows without the menus and controls I need. I used some combination of dom.disable_window_open_feature.menubar and dom.event.contextmenu.enabled These haven't done the job for over a year now. How do I do this now? Thanks in advance, Lawrence p.s. I note that I run Windows 8.1 (up-to-date), but have a Windows 10 I could use if it would work better there (up-to-date).

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Toolbars in Popup Windows

Hi Lawrence, this change was made more than two years ago. Starting in Firefox 76, Firefox removed the option to keep additional bars visible when a site launches a window that specifies certain features, such as height and width.

In the absence of built-in exception, I've been using an unofficial, community-supported workaround, which is custom style rules in a userChrome.css file. Specifically, this keeps the full toolbar available (but not tabs, menu bar, or bookmarks):

/* Override Hiding of Toolbar Buttons in Limited Feature Windows */
*|*:root[chromehidden~="toolbar"] .chromeclass-toolbar-additional {
  display: -moz-box !important; /* default is display: none */
}


More info in older threads:

Right-click Context Menus

The dom.event.contextmenu.enabled preference should still work for preventing sites from replacing Firefox's normal context menus in web pages. It is not related to toolbars in popup windows.

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Thanks! Still considering if I'm too intimidated to try a custom userChrome.css . I can probably handle it if I have enough time to go slowly. (Just a matter of my personal level of technical know-how.)

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There's a guide below (remove the blank space).

https://www.userchrome. org/how-create-userchrome-css.html

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