When using Firefox, my Windows (10) taskbar, which I have set to autohide, will not appear when I move my mouse cursor down to the bottom of the screen, like it is suppos… (read more)
When using Firefox, my Windows (10) taskbar, which I have set to autohide, will not appear when I move my mouse cursor down to the bottom of the screen, like it is supposed to, and like it does with literally every, single other program I have installed on my laptop. This is NOT a Windows problem, and I see many, MANY others complaining of this issue; it's a problem with Firefox (and, also the Waterfox browser, which is heavily based on Firefox, and which I've currently switched to, because IT doesn't force us to use whatever hideous, mind-numbingly boring font that is that a recent Firefox update began forcing us to use). I can get the taskbar to appear if I press the Windows key, but I don't have to do that with any other program, and I shouldn't have to do it with Firefox/Waterfox.
And, no - I do NOT use Firefox/Waterfox in fullscreen mode.
Does anyone know why this is happening, or what can be done to correct this issue? I cannot find any setting anywhere in Firefox/Waterfox that might affect this. Deleting/renaming the xlustore.json file has zero effect, and I have no localstore.rdf file. No matter what I do, when using Firefox or Waterfox, my Windows taskbar will not appear when I move the mouse cursor down to where it should pop up (the taskbar functions perfectly normal when I use MS Edge).
Is Mozilla aware of this issue? Are they going to do anything about it? It's VERY annoying!