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Popup pages on websites are too big for the screen, therefore, the 'submit' button does not appear

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Often the popup pages on many apps/websites are too big for the laptop (Lenovo Voya) screen in Firefox. Problem doesn't happen in IE. For example, I am adding an attachment to a wiki, the popup screen to browse for attachment and edit text for title, etc. is not fully visible at the top or the bottom of my screen. There is no scroll bar so I cannot scroll down, and see the Enter key. Nor can I see the top of the screen. See attachment example - the popup screen has no scroll bar but the top and bottom of the popup is not visible. This happens in MANY apps in Firefox. Thank you!

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Pressing 'CTRL key' and 'minus' (-) together will zoom out a page. Similarly pressing 'CTRL key' and 'plus' (+) together will zoom in a page. By doing the zoom out you may be able to view the entire page.

In Mozilla Firefox there is this '+' and '-' zoom control keys shortcut in the menu bar.

  1. Numbered list item Right click on top right corner 'menu' icon of the Firefox browser and you will get a list of icons in which there is this '-100+' icon which is for zooming.
  2. Numbered list item Drag and drop that icon on to the 'Menu bar ' and you can access it easily while browsing bigger web pages.
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Pressing 'CTRL key' and 'minus' (-) together will zoom out a page. Similarly pressing 'CTRL key' and 'plus' (+) together will zoom in a page. By doing the zoom out you may be able to view the entire page.

In Mozilla Firefox there is this '+' and '-' zoom control keys shortcut in the menu bar.

  1. Numbered list item Right click on top right corner 'menu' icon of the Firefox browser and you will get a list of icons in which there is this '-100+' icon which is for zooming.
  2. Numbered list item Drag and drop that icon on to the 'Menu bar ' and you can access it easily while browsing bigger web pages.
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Note that there are dom.disable_window_open_feature>* prefs present on the about:config page to prevent a website from disabling specific features like hiding the scroll bars amd resizing a pop-up.

You can open the about:config page via the location/address bar. You can accept the warning and click "I'll be careful" to continue.

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