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url bar and PanelUI menu display on ESR78

Hi, We were able not to display the url bar and the panelUI with firefox 68ESR but we are not able to reproduce the same display with firefox ESR 78.3.1. We are using mo… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hi, We were able not to display the url bar and the panelUI with firefox 68ESR but we are not able to reproduce the same display with firefox ESR 78.3.1. We are using mozilla.cfg to set browser.uiCustomization.state not to display urlbar-container in the nav-bar. We are setting a userChrome.css with those lines :

#urlbar, #urlbar * { display: none !important }
#PanelUI-fxa-status { display: none !important }
#PanelUI-menu-button { display: none !important }

But they are still here. Everything I can find on the topic is not related to the last version. Any idea to help us ?

Asked by Nicolas D 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by Standard8 1 bhliain ó shin

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Installing the current extended release of Firefox while keeper earlier version

I figured it was high time I installed a more current extended release of Firefox while keeping the current extended release version I have which I need in order to keep … (tuilleadh eolais)

I figured it was high time I installed a more current extended release of Firefox while keeping the current extended release version I have which I need in order to keep certain extensions, like the MAFF format, working.

But when I went to install it (custom install) into its own folder with a different version name, the button which showed up said "upgrade" instead of "install." I DO NOT want this installation to overwrite that earlier version. But that "upgrade" button makes me think that is what is likely to happen. How do I install it without it overwriting the older extended release version I already have installed?

On a different topic, I have learned that Flash will be discontinued at the end of this month. Can anyone tell me how this will impact my browsers? My online banking site uses Flash extensively, and I prefer using Firefox for that site. I'm assuming Chrome, which keeps updating itself automatically no matter what I do to stop it, will accommodate the change. But if I want to keep using that older extended release version of Firefox I have, what is likely to happen?

Thank you,

Dandelion

Asked by Dandelion 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 bhliain ó shin

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better than saying "Something is wrong" or "Firefox is broken"

Ask your question Be nice. Our volunteers are Mozilla users just like you, who take the time out of their day to help. Be descriptive. Saying "Playing video on YouTube is… (tuilleadh eolais)

Ask your question

Be nice. Our volunteers are Mozilla users just like you, who take the time out of their day to help. Be descriptive. Saying "Playing video on YouTube is always choppy" will help our volunteers identify your problem better than saying "Something is wrong" or "Firefox is broken".

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How can we help? "Something is wrong" is comucation my comp

Asked by lisek1942 7 mí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 7 mí ó shin