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How can I move menus etc to side of screen?

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I'm working on a laptop with Vista and a fairly wide screen, 1366 x 768 pixels. Most websites don't use the full width of the screen, but the height of web page viewable is limited by the various toolbars on top - tabs, navigation, menu and bookmarks. I've removed what I don't want, but my screen space would be better utilized if most of these were moved to the side, and I can't find a way of doing this. Is there a way? If not, I'd like to suggest it as a future improvement.

Many thanks for your help

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In Firefox 4 the Menu bar is hidden by default, the orange Firefox button then appears. With Tabs on Top selected, when the browser window is maximized the Firefox button and the Tab strip moves to the Title bar. That saves the space that two Toolbars (tabs and menu) would occupy at the top of the screen. Hide the Bookmarks Toolbar and you're really down to one Toolbar at the top of the browser window, when compared to earlier versions of Firefox.

I have never seen an extension that would put everything to the side of the browser window, although the All-in-one-sidebar comes close.

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Thanks, Edmeister. I tried All-in-one Sidebar - it provides extra info and functionality but it doesn't move existing toolbars. I'm still left with wasted space at the side, and clutter at the top. I'll have to work out how to suggest it for Firefox 5!

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If you hide the Menu bar and place the tabs at the top via the right-click context menu then you get the Tab bar in the title bar next to the Firefox button if the screen is maximized. If you do not need the bookmarks toolbar then you can hide that bar as well and use the Bookmarks menu button (with drop marker) that you can find in the toolbar palette and drag that button on the Navigation Toolbar or Tabb bar.

Open the Customize window via "View > Toolbars > Customize" or via "Firefox > Options > Toolbar Layout"