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Why Compact isn't compact?

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I just started to run FF107, I don't understand why setting the compact option, do not really make things more dense. Same goes with all the menu.

Who needs all that spacing?

I have this

menupopup:not(.in-menulist) > menuitem, menupopup:not(.in-menulist) > menu {

 padding-block: 2px !important;

}

in the css file and still no "compactness"...

Thank you.

I just started to run FF107, I don't understand why setting the compact option, do not really make things more dense. Same goes with all the menu. '''Who needs all that spacing?''' I have this menupopup:not(.in-menulist) > menuitem, menupopup:not(.in-menulist) > menu { padding-block: 2px !important; } in the css file and still no "compactness"... Thank you.
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Compact mode only works for spacing bookmarks in some menus and the code for userChrome.css you posted has not(.in-menulist) and thus won't work for menus like in the screenshots you posted.

You can experiment with code like this in userChrome.css: Using :root[uidensity=compact] means that the code only works if density:compact mode is selected.

:root[uidensity=compact] menupopup :is(menu,menuitem) {
  padding-top: 0px !important; padding-bottom: 0px !important;
  min-height: 26px !important; /* adjust or use unset */
  height: 26px !important; /* you may not need this */
}
:root[uidensity=compact] {
  --arrowpanel-menuitem-margin: 0 4px !important;
  --arrowpanel-menuitem-padding-block: 2px !important; /*adjust*/
}


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Réiteach Roghnaithe

Compact mode only works for spacing bookmarks in some menus and the code for userChrome.css you posted has not(.in-menulist) and thus won't work for menus like in the screenshots you posted.

You can experiment with code like this in userChrome.css: Using :root[uidensity=compact] means that the code only works if density:compact mode is selected.

:root[uidensity=compact] menupopup :is(menu,menuitem) {
  padding-top: 0px !important; padding-bottom: 0px !important;
  min-height: 26px !important; /* adjust or use unset */
  height: 26px !important; /* you may not need this */
}
:root[uidensity=compact] {
  --arrowpanel-menuitem-margin: 0 4px !important;
  --arrowpanel-menuitem-padding-block: 2px !important; /*adjust*/
}


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Since Fx 92 you need to add this line to your code.

  min-height: unset !important;


See the page where you got the code.

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Thank you, much better now. I don't understand why FF do not has all this build-in into the "compact" mode.

  • I set my height to 21px

The tabs still has top/bottom spaces, but it will do for now.

Thank you.

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