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URL Bar at the bottom doesn't disappear after going into the fullscreen mode in videos.

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When I watch a video, mostly in Netflix, and go to the fullscreen mode, I see a url line on the bottom left corner of my screen. It doesn't go away when I click the screen. When I try to click over it it switches to the right bottom corner, which I find quite frustrating. Whenever, this happens I should refresh the page and hope that it solves my problem and most of the times it does. However, I still would be quite happy if I figured out what caused this problem and if there is anything I can do it to fix it for good.

Firefox version: 100.0.2 (64-Bit) Windows Version: Windows 11 Pro 21H2.

When I watch a video, mostly in Netflix, and go to the fullscreen mode, I see a url line on the bottom left corner of my screen. It doesn't go away when I click the screen. When I try to click over it it switches to the right bottom corner, which I find quite frustrating. Whenever, this happens I should refresh the page and hope that it solves my problem and most of the times it does. However, I still would be quite happy if I figured out what caused this problem and if there is anything I can do it to fix it for good. Firefox version: 100.0.2 (64-Bit) Windows Version: Windows 11 Pro 21H2.

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The location bar would normally show in full screen mode if you hover the mouse to the top of the window. Doesn't that work for you ?

Do you mean with "I see a url line on the bottom left corner of my screen" the overlink information (URL) that Firefox shows at the bottom left corner if you hover a link and that you do not want to see this info in full screen mode ?

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