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How do I make Firefox overlap Dock on Ubuntu Bionic Beaver?

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I saw that preference somewhere. Now I want it I can't find it. Please help.

I saw that preference somewhere. Now I want it I can't find it. Please help.

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you can set firefox to fullscreen [F11] (and un-hide the toolbars if you like).

otherwise, check your panel / dock settings and let it intelligently hide (or whatever such a setting is called in the dock you are using).

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:72.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/72.0

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crankygoat
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you can set firefox to fullscreen [F11] (and un-hide the toolbars if you like).

otherwise, check your panel / dock settings and let it intelligently hide (or whatever such a setting is called in the dock you are using).

you can set firefox to fullscreen [F11] (and un-hide the toolbars if you like). otherwise, check your panel / dock settings and let it intelligently hide (or whatever such a setting is called in the dock you are using).
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Thanks! thats a great help!

'''Thanks! thats a great help!'''
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Question owner

Thanks! Thats a great help!

Thanks! Thats a great help!
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crankygoat
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Good deal! Glad it suits your needs.

Good deal! Glad it suits your needs.
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