After upgrading to version 20, I have a problem that has never existed before. Basically, after starting Firefox, it looks there are 2 title bars - both having the iconi… (read more)
After upgrading to version 20, I have a problem that has never existed before. Basically, after starting Firefox, it looks there are 2 title bars - both having the iconify, maximize, and close buttons on the right. The top one is titled as usual. The second one is nearly empty except for a new 1-button menu access button. On the first line below those two, I have a regular multiple-entry menu bar, the location bar, and my search bar. If I go into the new collapsed menu set and unselect Menu Bar, then my whole 3rd line, including location bar and search bar disappear. If I then go back and reenable Menu Bar, then things go back to what I have been accustomed to, with the extra 2nd line title bar and its single button gone.
There are two outcomes I would be happy with here, but I have not been able to accomplish either. The first would be for Firefox to start up in the manner I am used to without my having to fool with disabling and reenabling the Menu Bar. However, I would not mind if the new title bar with the collapsed menu button _replaced_ the old title bar, and the regular menu bar I have now were to go away. That would leave more room for the location and search bars on the same line. The second outcome would actually be my preference.
It is conceivable that I long ago tweaked something in about:config that is causing this, but I cannot find anything to suspect. (I did see entries in there for the old tinymenu addon, which I no longer have installed. I could not delete them.) I disabled all my Stylish addons thinking they might be interacting, but that did not help.