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Why is there a small "Mozilla Firefox" box in the top lefthand corner of my PC (WIN7) screen that mimics the page title, and how do I get rid of it ?

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This just appeared within the last two days and it is annoying !!! I'm not a power user and nothing I have tried seems to have any effect. It sits above the menu bar and mimics whatever I type in the search bar.

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That is the title bar. You can find a checkbox on the customize page to hide or show the Title bar.

  • you can toggle the title bar on/off via the "Title Bar" button at the bottom left in the Customize palette window
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That is the title bar. You can find a checkbox on the customize page to hide or show the Title bar.

  • you can toggle the title bar on/off via the "Title Bar" button at the bottom left in the Customize palette window
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Whale Oil Beef Hooked !!! Don't know how it got checked, but it sure is unchecked now. Thanks a lot :)

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Not only is the title bar only showing the Firefox logo on the left - NOTHING ELSE IS VISIBLE, INCLUDING THE REST OF THE TILE BAR. Ever since my last update to v70+, THERE IS NO TITLE, THE STANDARD WINDOWS CONTROL BUTTONS ARE NOT VISIBLE (YOU CAN GUESS WHERE THE CLOSE BUTTON, AND THE OTHERS MAYBE IN THE INVISIBLE SECTION OF THE TITLE BAR.)

The most common answer given here in the forums, is to use the "Customize" choice - THE CHECKBOX FOR THE TILE BAR DOES ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

PLEASE DIRECT US TO A REAL FIX SOON, THIS IS ALMOST UNUSABLE.

BTW, FIREFOX IS THE ONLY PROGRAM ON MY PC THAT HAS THIS PROBLEM WHICH WAS BROKEN WITH THE 70+ VERSIONS.