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How do I stop that annoying url popping up at the bottom of my screen?

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I want to get rid of that url bar that pops up on the left bottom of the screen when you hover over a bookmark, a link on a page, a video... anything that leads to another web address. It disappears when you hover over it and changes to the right bottom of the screen. It appears when i'm trying to watch videos on sites when i'm in full screen and refuses to go away. I've tried the chrome folder solution posted here and it doesn't work. I've tried many other solutions online and they don't work either.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1372339

A few of the things that were supposed to be labeled as they were in the solution were not available on my new version of FF but I found the correct folder to post the chrome folder in regardless. The box to open the profile folder was further down and labeled differently than in the instructions posted from a year or more ago here.

I'm using a fresh install of windows 11 and the latest version of Fire Fox 115.0.2 64bit

Thank you in advance.

I want to get rid of that url bar that pops up on the left bottom of the screen when you hover over a bookmark, a link on a page, a video... anything that leads to another web address. It disappears when you hover over it and changes to the right bottom of the screen. It appears when i'm trying to watch videos on sites when i'm in full screen and refuses to go away. I've tried the chrome folder solution posted here and it doesn't work. I've tried many other solutions online and they don't work either. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1372339 A few of the things that were supposed to be labeled as they were in the solution were not available on my new version of FF but I found the correct folder to post the chrome folder in regardless. The box to open the profile folder was further down and labeled differently than in the instructions posted from a year or more ago here. I'm using a fresh install of windows 11 and the latest version of Fire Fox 115.0.2 64bit Thank you in advance.

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One thing you could check is that the file is correctly named userChrome.css. I understand Windows may add .txt to that name.

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ji'll make sure of that. Thanks

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Terry said

One thing you could check is that the file is correctly named userChrome.css. I understand Windows may add .txt to that name.


is this what i'm supposed to paste? Look at the bottom. It looks like someone screwed up the ending text. Is all this text correct as it is? i copied and pasted this directly from the solution and it looks messed up at the bottom.

   statuspanel[type="overLink"] #statuspanel-label
   statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Look"],
   statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Connect"],
   statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Send"],
   statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Transfer"],
   statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Read"],
   statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Wrote"],
   statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Wait"],
   statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value*="TLS handshake"],
   statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value*="FTP transaction"] { 

display:none!important; }

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This is what I copy from the previous thread. Which part looks "messed up"?

#statuspanel[type="overLink"] #statuspanel-label
#statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Look"],
#statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Connect"],
#statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Send"],
#statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Transfer"],
#statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Read"],
#statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Wrote"],
#statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value^="Wait"],
#statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value*="TLS handshake"],
#statuspanel[type="status"] #statuspanel-label[value*="FTP transaction"] {
display:none!important;
}
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the bottom looks messed up. the bottom three lines. Bottom has one bracket. Second last has the bracket missing, third last has a lone bracket at the end. I'm not a coder so this is all foreign to me. It's ridiculous actually that what should be a highly tuned piece of software is throwing up garbage on a full screen video i'm trying to watch and there's no quick easy way to get rid of it. There's also no add on to get rid of it either. If this persists for another day I'm putting Firefox in my recycle bin.

I read in another post about this problem that the code for this doesn't work anymore with what was the latest version of FF in 2018 and new code needed to be used. Perhaps that's the issue here and I need to use updated code?

Here's the thread: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1223327

Regardless the clock is ticking.

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It looks messed up because those last lines do not start with a space (a leading space gives a <pre> </pre> block).

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