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Does sending tabbar below address bar make title bar always visible?

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I tweaked Firefox 69.0.1 via userChrome.css to have my tabbar below the address bar, after almost two days of trying codes, but now I have the title bar always visible , thus less space. It actually is a title bar without the title but with window controls at the right.

My question is if it's unavoidable to have this title bar always visible when having the tabbar below the address bar.

I used this code: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1248277?page=5)

I tweaked Firefox 69.0.1 via userChrome.css to have my tabbar below the address bar, after almost two days of trying codes, but now I have the title bar always visible , thus less space. It actually is a title bar without the title but with window controls at the right. My question is if it's unavoidable to have this title bar always visible when having the tabbar below the address bar. I used this code: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1248277?page=5)

Modified by Playdis

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cor-el
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You may need to have the Menu bar or the title bar always visible when you move the Tab bar to the lower position or add code to hide the window controls or look for code that handles this case better than your current code.

  • #TabsToolbar #window-controls { display:none!important; }
You may need to have the Menu bar or the title bar always visible when you move the Tab bar to the lower position or add code to hide the window controls or look for code that handles this case better than your current code. * #TabsToolbar #window-controls { display:none!important; }
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Thanks!

It actually was the Title Bar (I already edited that). Although it becomes a menu-title bar when alt is pressed, by showing the Menu Bar in the space reserved for the Title Bar, if the Title Bar checkbox is disabled in the customization section.

However, I already had the code line provided and the window controls are still there (I thought they were hidden, but it was because I was using Firefox dark mode). When this code works, do only the window controls hide or the whole Title Bar is removed?

Thanks! It actually was the Title Bar (I already edited that). Although it becomes a menu-title bar when alt is pressed, by showing the Menu Bar in the space reserved for the Title Bar, if the Title Bar checkbox is disabled in the customization section. However, I already had the code line provided and the window controls are still there (I thought they were hidden, but it was because I was using Firefox dark mode). When this code works, do only the window controls hide or the whole Title Bar is removed?

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cor-el
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There are two continers with the controls.

The other container has this selector.

.titlebar-buttonbox-container { display:none!important; }


I managed to get the Tab bar correct with code like this and the controls hidden:

:root[tabsintitlebar]:not([inFullscreen="true"]):not([sizemode="maximized"])
 #toolbar-menubar[autohide="true"] ~ #TabsToolbar{
 bottom: var(--tab-min-height) !important;
 padding-top: 4px !important;
}
There are two continers with the controls. The other container has this selector. <pre><nowiki>.titlebar-buttonbox-container { display:none!important; }</nowiki></pre> I managed to get the Tab bar correct with code like this and the controls hidden: <pre><nowiki>:root[tabsintitlebar]:not([inFullscreen="true"]):not([sizemode="maximized"]) #toolbar-menubar[autohide="true"] ~ #TabsToolbar{ bottom: var(--tab-min-height) !important; padding-top: 4px !important; }</nowiki></pre>
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