In version 18.0.2, I want to rearrange the Tabs toolbar so it appears beneath the Search toolbar and hopefully the Bookmarks toolbar.
Also, the Menu Bar unnecessarily shows what page I'm on --- I know that. Is there some way to get rid of that part of the Menu bar and keep the rest?
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Current Firefox versions only show the "Tabs on Top" menu entry in the "View > Toolbars" and "Firefox > Options" menu and in toolbar context menus if the tabs aren't in the default position on top.
If the tabs are on top and the menu entry isn't available and you want to move the tabs below the navigation toolbar then you need to flip the browser.tabs.onTop pref to false on the about:config page. A Firefox restart is necessary to update the menu entry to either show or remove it.
If you mean the title bar that shows the current website title then you can only remove that if you hide the menu bar and set the window to maximized mode.
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