Quite a few iterations of Firefox ago (cannot recall which), the orientation of the drop down menu listing the bookmarks inside any folder in the toolbar was eithe… (Lesen Sie mehr)
Quite a few iterations of Firefox ago (cannot recall which), the orientation of the drop down menu listing the bookmarks inside any folder in the toolbar was either towards the 'left' or towards the 'right', depending of the amount of screen real estate available to the right side of the screen where it was opened.
If the listing could not be properly seen by opening the drop down menu towards the 'right', it would be opened towards the 'left'.
This worked perfectly well with my three screen setup, with Firefox in a window in the centre screen.
ie: Firefox knew it was inside a three screen wide setup and in the centre screen, so it also "knew" that the right edge of the centre screen was the limit for available screen real estate.
At some time this stopped working in the described manner.
It seems that Firefox now ignores the right edge of the centre screen and as a result the drop down menu for any folder in the toolbar opens to the 'right' and invades the right screen. (see attached screen capture)
If Firefox is opened in a window inside the right screen, it proeprly recognises the right edge of the screen as the limit and acts accordingly.
This is quite a problem for me: I make intensive use of the toolbar with bookmarks inside folders and subfolders and this heavily affects my everyday work.
Is there a way to get back to how it used to be?
ie: Firefox using the right edge of the screen it is opened in as the limit to open a drop down menu.
Thanks in advance,