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How do I move the menu bar back to above the mail toolbar (version 115)?

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After upgrading to version 115, the mail toolbar is displayed on top of the menu bar. How can I revert that, please?

After upgrading to version 115, the mail toolbar is displayed on top of the menu bar. How can I revert that, please?
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It's not easy, but I think this will do what you want. Many others have found that it does what they want.

- click settings>general and scrollodown to config editor - search for toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets and change to true - then you need a folder named 'chrome' in profile, and a userChrome.css file in the folder (with content shown below). - exit and restart TB and it should work, although I've sometimes found I have to restart TB twice to see changes in userChrome.css - Below is content for userChrome.css

/*  #######    */
@namespace html url("http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml");

#toolbar-menubar {
  order: 1;             
}

unified-toolbar {
  order: 2;             
}

#tabs-toolbar {
  order: 3;              
}

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It's not easy, but I think this will do what you want. Many others have found that it does what they want.

- click settings>general and scrollodown to config editor - search for toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets and change to true - then you need a folder named 'chrome' in profile, and a userChrome.css file in the folder (with content shown below). - exit and restart TB and it should work, although I've sometimes found I have to restart TB twice to see changes in userChrome.css - Below is content for userChrome.css

/*  #######    */
@namespace html url("http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml");

#toolbar-menubar {
  order: 1;             
}

unified-toolbar {
  order: 2;             
}

#tabs-toolbar {
  order: 3;              
}

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