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How to remove fixed items from bookmarks menu

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The following css used to work to remove items from Bookmarks menu:

#bookmarksToolbarSeparator,#bookmarksMenuItemsSeparator{display: none !important;}
#bookmarksToolbarSeparator,#organizeBookmarksSeparator{display: none !important;}
#bookmarksToolbarSeparator,#menu_bookmarkAllTabs{display: none !important;}
#bookmarksToolbarSeparator,#bookmarksShowAll{display: none !important;}

It no longer works in FF88. How to fix?

N.B. There wasn't a way to hide "other bookmarks" from the bookmarks MENU (This has nothing to do with the unrelated TOOLBAR issue, and the settings for that do not affect the menu)

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You can possibly leave a space at the start of a line to force rendering as a PRE tag.

The IDs you use look correct, so you can check for other issues like a hidden .txt appended or not having enabled userChrome.css.

Does other CSS code in userChrome.css still work in case you have more rules in your file ?


In Firefox 69 and later you need to set this pref to true on the about:config page to enable userChrome.css and userContent.css in the chrome folder.

  • toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets = true
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For reasons best known to itself the page replaced the hashes with the numbers 1-4 it ACTUALLY looked like this (... added to stop bizarre autoformatting)

... #bookmarksToolbarSeparator,#bookmarksMenuItemsSeparator{display: none !important;} ... #bookmarksToolbarSeparator,#organizeBookmarksSeparator{display: none !important;} ... #bookmarksToolbarSeparator,#menu_bookmarkAllTabs{display: none !important;} ... #bookmarksToolbarSeparator,#bookmarksShowAll{display: none !important;}

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You can possibly leave a space at the start of a line to force rendering as a PRE tag.

The IDs you use look correct, so you can check for other issues like a hidden .txt appended or not having enabled userChrome.css.

Does other CSS code in userChrome.css still work in case you have more rules in your file ?


In Firefox 69 and later you need to set this pref to true on the about:config page to enable userChrome.css and userContent.css in the chrome folder.

  • toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets = true

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Added spaces at the start of the line and moved the code to the top of the CSS. Did the trick, thanks.

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