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Firefox does not allow the display of the Windows Taskbar

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  • Dernière réponse par zeroknight

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When Firefox is launched to maximized, the Windows Taskbar does not display when the Taskbar is set to Hide. Firefox takes over the entire screen. When I use two monitors and Firefox is on the second monitor it the toolbar is visible.

How can I stop this from occurring?

When Firefox is launched to maximized, the Windows Taskbar does not display when the Taskbar is set to Hide. Firefox takes over the entire screen. When I use two monitors and Firefox is on the second monitor it the toolbar is visible. How can I stop this from occurring?

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The taskbar is not meant to appear in fullscreen mode (F11), if that is what you are referring to.

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Thanks for the response. I am not using Full Screen mode.

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I think this is because of spanning works for both screen. Sounds more like a Windows forum question then a Firefox browser issue here.

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Disable any overlays like Nvidia's FPS counter.

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Hello, I've recently come across the same problem and fortunately, I found a solution;

1) Go to About:config

2) Switch devtools.toolbox.alwaysOnTop to FALSE

3)There you go!

it took me an awful lot of time to discover this, it helped me and I hope it helps you too !

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Still no joy, maximize firefox and nothing else works. Have to downsize the window. Does not happen on Chrome,Edge or Opera.

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Go to about:third-party in the address bar and try disabling third-party modules.

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The third party disable suggestion does not work either. This still does not occur on any of the other three browsers I have installed here on this pc.

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Chrome, Edge and Opera are all based on Chromium so they are expected to behave the same.

Does it still happen in Windows Safe Mode?