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How do i remove the upper space between opened tabs and the top of my screen?

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I recently reinstalled my Windows and also got a Firefox again with no previous data like bookmarks and all and i have noticed this small space between the top of the tab and the top of the screen.

In my screenshot you can see that i made a a red line over the line where the tab actually ends, everything above that is useless. And in my other screenshot i pressed Alt to bring the options and all up just to that you can see the empty space better.

Is this how it is and i may have missed an update on my previous Windows install? Can i remove it?

Thank you.

I recently reinstalled my Windows and also got a Firefox again with no previous data like bookmarks and all and i have noticed this small space between the top of the tab and the top of the screen. In my screenshot you can see that i made a a red line over the line where the tab actually ends, everything above that is useless. And in my other screenshot i pressed Alt to bring the options and all up just to that you can see the empty space better. Is this how it is and i may have missed an update on my previous Windows install? Can i remove it? Thank you.
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I have managed to fix it. So whoever encounters this problem this is how you fix it: go to the right upper corner of Firefox, press on the 3 bars and then go to Customize, then go to the bottom of the page to where it says Compact, Normal or Touch. I cant tell you exactly what i did but i put it to Touch the first time and it did it for me. After that i restarted Firefox because i couldn't open the Customize tab again and when i went to the Customize tab and tried the other two options the space was entirely gone no matter which i picked.

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I have managed to fix it. So whoever encounters this problem this is how you fix it: go to the right upper corner of Firefox, press on the 3 bars and then go to Customize, then go to the bottom of the page to where it says Compact, Normal or Touch. I cant tell you exactly what i did but i put it to Touch the first time and it did it for me. After that i restarted Firefox because i couldn't open the Customize tab again and when i went to the Customize tab and tried the other two options the space was entirely gone no matter which i picked.

I have managed to fix it. So whoever encounters this problem this is how you fix it: go to the right upper corner of Firefox, press on the 3 bars and then go to Customize, then go to the bottom of the page to where it says Compact, Normal or Touch. I cant tell you exactly what i did but i put it to Touch the first time and it did it for me. After that i restarted Firefox because i couldn't open the Customize tab again and when i went to the Customize tab and tried the other two options the space was entirely gone no matter which i picked.
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RobertJ
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Hi Lenny, Please mark your post as Solved so that others can readily see that a solution is there.

Great work! Thanks.

Hi Lenny, Please mark your post as Solved so that others can readily see that a solution is there. Great work! Thanks.
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cor-el
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Did you look at the Drag Space checkbox on the customize page?

Did you look at the Drag Space checkbox on the customize page?
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rakeshdavid2203 0 solutions 1 réponses

right click on the top bar and unmark the menu bar. that's it done

right click on the top bar and unmark the menu bar. that's it done

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