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How to remove Page Actions "..." from Address bar? Firefox 62.0.2

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Hi, I would like to remove / disable the Page Actions "..." from the Address Bar, the usual method of editing the userChrome.css file an inserting the following code no longer works for me.

/* Remove Page Actions Menu */

  1. pageActionButton

{

 display: none !important;

} /* Put refresh button "inside" address bar */

  1. pageActionSeparator

{

   margin-right:26px !important;

}

Hi, I would like to remove / disable the Page Actions "..." from the Address Bar, the usual method of editing the userChrome.css file an inserting the following code no longer works for me. <code> /* Remove Page Actions Menu */ #pageActionButton { display: none !important; } /* Put refresh button "inside" address bar */ #pageActionSeparator { margin-right:26px !important; } </code>

Modified by Sloan

Chosen solution

It seems there's a hidden .txt extension on your userChrome.css file name. That's why Firefox doesn't see it.

To access that so you can remove it, check step #4 here:

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

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uBlock Origin an AdBlock Plus.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:62.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/62.0

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Question owner

For some reason the number one is replacing the original code which should be a pound sign before the pageActionButton and pageActionSeparator, anyways you get the jist I hope.

For some reason the number one is replacing the original code which should be a pound sign before the pageActionButton and pageActionSeparator, anyways you get the jist I hope.
jscher2000
  • Top 10 Contributor
8635 solutions 70627 answers

Hi Sloan, the site uses a "wiki" syntax. To post code, you can use pre tags instead of code tags:

/* Remove Page Actions Menu */
#pageActionButton 
{
  display: none !important;
}
/* Put refresh button "inside" address bar */
#pageActionSeparator
{
    margin-right:26px !important;
}

As far as I can tell, #pageActionButton is still the correct selector for the ••• icon.

Could something earlier in the file be interfering?

Hi Sloan, the site uses a "wiki" syntax. To post code, you can use pre tags instead of code tags: <pre> /* Remove Page Actions Menu */ #pageActionButton { display: none !important; } /* Put refresh button "inside" address bar */ #pageActionSeparator { margin-right:26px !important; } </pre> As far as I can tell, #pageActionButton is still the correct selector for the &bull;&bull;&bull; icon. Could something earlier in the file be interfering?

Question owner

Hi, I have nothing else in my userChrome.css file just that code.

Hi, I have nothing else in my userChrome.css file just that code.
jscher2000
  • Top 10 Contributor
8635 solutions 70627 answers

Chosen Solution

It seems there's a hidden .txt extension on your userChrome.css file name. That's why Firefox doesn't see it.

To access that so you can remove it, check step #4 here:

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

It seems there's a hidden .txt extension on your userChrome.css file name. That's why Firefox doesn't see it. To access that so you can remove it, check step #4 here: https://www.userchrome.org/how-create-userchrome-css.html

Question owner

Much thanks, that did it.

Much thanks, that did it.