Question

posted by tobia 6 months ago
Auto-hide all toolbars in fullscreen

When I enter fullscreen mode I'd like all toolbars to auto-hide, and maybe only show when I move my mouse to the top edge, or when I hit Cmd+L or such. Other windows that are not made fullscreen should keep their toolbars in place.

My reason for going fullscreen is to have the entire screen dedicated to the current website / webapp. It's no use getting rid of the OS toolbars if I can't get rid of Firefox ones.

Chrome calls this feature Presentation Mode, it's in the View menu right above Full screen. The latter does not hide toolbars, just like Firefox's. So I guess what Firefox calls "full screen" is actually consistent with that of Chrome, but it lacks Presentation mode. Is there an option or an extension to add it?

Also note that this is very different from the various Kiosk mode extensions. I don't want Firefox to start fullscreen, to limit browsing to the current website, to disable right click and keyboard shortcuts, and all the other limitations put in place by Kiosk mode extensions.

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