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How do I remove the Menu Button from the toolbar on FF Quantum?

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I want to the remove the Menu Button from the toolbar on FF Quantum. When I right click on it "remove from toolbar" is greyed out. I do not use it and would like it gone. Thank you.

I want to the remove the Menu Button from the toolbar on FF Quantum. When I right click on it "remove from toolbar" is greyed out. I do not use it and would like it gone. Thank you.

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PLBK said

I want to the remove the Menu Button from the toolbar on FF Quantum. When I right click on it "remove from toolbar" is greyed out. I do not use it and would like it gone. Thank you.

If you are talking about the '3-bar' menu (Firefox menu) - the three horizontal lines right under the closing 'X' - you should be absolutely sure that that's what you want to do, cause after that, the only way to access 'Options' is to press the Alt key => Tools.

If that is what you are talking about, and you are sure, please take a look at how to do this using userChrome.css :

http://www.tweakguides.com/Firefox_12.html

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

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WestEnd
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If it is the 3 dash line then you can't remove it.

If it is the 3 dash line then you can't remove it.
cor-el
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Can you attach a screenshot to show what button this is about?

Can you attach a screenshot to show what button this is about? *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-do-i-create-screenshot-my-problem *use a compressed image type like PNG or JPG to save the screenshot
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PLBK said

I want to the remove the Menu Button from the toolbar on FF Quantum. When I right click on it "remove from toolbar" is greyed out. I do not use it and would like it gone. Thank you.

If you are talking about the '3-bar' menu (Firefox menu) - the three horizontal lines right under the closing 'X' - you should be absolutely sure that that's what you want to do, cause after that, the only way to access 'Options' is to press the Alt key => Tools.

If that is what you are talking about, and you are sure, please take a look at how to do this using userChrome.css :

http://www.tweakguides.com/Firefox_12.html

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

''PLBK [[#question-1206987|said]]'' <blockquote> I want to the remove the Menu Button from the toolbar on FF Quantum. When I right click on it "remove from toolbar" is greyed out. I do not use it and would like it gone. Thank you. </blockquote> If you are talking about the '3-bar' menu (Firefox menu) - the three horizontal lines right under the closing 'X' - you should be absolutely sure that that's what you want to do, cause after that, the only way to access 'Options' is to press the Alt key => Tools. If that ''is'' what you are talking about, and you are sure, please take a look at how to do this using userChrome.css : http://www.tweakguides.com/Firefox_12.html Also see : https://www.userchrome.org/how-create-userchrome-css.html

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Happy112 said

PLBK said
I want to the remove the Menu Button from the toolbar on FF Quantum. When I right click on it "remove from toolbar" is greyed out. I do not use it and would like it gone. Thank you.

If you are talking about the '3-bar' menu (Firefox menu) - the three horizontal lines right under the closing 'X' - you should be absolutely sure that that's what you want to do, cause after that, ' the only way to access 'Options' is to press the Alt key => Tools.'

If that is what you are talking about, and you are sure, please take a look at how to do this using userChrome.css :

http://www.tweakguides.com/Firefox_12.html

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

Thanks. I should've have mentioned that I'm on a mac, so the bolded part of your answer doesn't apply in my case. On a mac, you can access all of the options from the drop down menus at the top of the screen. That's what I've been doing ever since I started using FF (long, long ago) and I'm really not interested in having the menu on off to the side.

''Happy112 [[#answer-1082486|said]]'' <blockquote> ''PLBK [[#question-1206987|said]]'' <blockquote> I want to the remove the Menu Button from the toolbar on FF Quantum. When I right click on it "remove from toolbar" is greyed out. I do not use it and would like it gone. Thank you. </blockquote> If you are talking about the '3-bar' menu (Firefox menu) - the three horizontal lines right under the closing 'X' - you should be absolutely sure that that's what you want to do, cause after that, '''''' the only way to access 'Options' is to press the Alt key => Tools.'''''' If that ''is'' what you are talking about, and you are sure, please take a look at how to do this using userChrome.css : http://www.tweakguides.com/Firefox_12.html Also see : https://www.userchrome.org/how-create-userchrome-css.html </blockquote> Thanks. I should've have mentioned that I'm on a mac, so the bolded part of your answer doesn't apply in my case. On a mac, you can access all of the options from the drop down menus at the top of the screen. That's what I've been doing ever since I started using FF (long, long ago) and I'm really not interested in having the menu on off to the side.
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PLBK said

I should've have mentioned that I'm on a mac, so the bolded part of your answer doesn't apply in my case. On a mac, you can access all of the options from the drop down menus at the top of the screen. That's what I've been doing ever since I started using FF (long, long ago) and I'm really not interested in having the menu on off to the side.

No, my bad - I should have realized that maybe on Mac this works differently (your system details show that you're on Mac .... ).

I'm glad this works for you, though  !

''PLBK [[#answer-1082519|said]]'' <blockquote> I should've have mentioned that I'm on a mac, so the bolded part of your answer doesn't apply in my case. On a mac, you can access all of the options from the drop down menus at the top of the screen. That's what I've been doing ever since I started using FF (long, long ago) and I'm really not interested in having the menu on off to the side. </blockquote> No, my bad - I should have realized that maybe on Mac this works differently (your system details show that you're on Mac .... ). I'm glad this works for you, though !