Firefox 112.0 running on Windows 10 64-bit laptop with a small (pixel geometry) display screen has unnecessarily large padding (white space) around each bookmark as I nav… (read more)
Firefox 112.0 running on Windows 10 64-bit laptop with a small (pixel geometry) display screen has unnecessarily large padding (white space) around each bookmark as I navigate bookmarks on the bookmark bar.
I believe this was a change instituted around version 89 (in a nutshell, I could see more - twice as many? - bookmarks listed within a bookmark folder with version 88/before. The vertical whitespace between bookmarks within a folder is excessive and makes it much more necessary to scroll within a (long) list of bookmarks in a folder when looking for one.
There was a procedure posted in the discussion below on how to set and enable "compact density".
Bookmark Padding in New Firefox Versions 2
The procedure below was attempted - browser.compactmode.show enabled, browser restarted, however, I cannot fin "Customize Toolbar" and "compact".
"go to - about:config
search - "browser.compactmode.show" - change to TRUE , then close that window
go to - Customize Toolbar
at the bottom of that page, there a box called Density. Click that, you'll see "compact (not supported)"
Apparently, it IS supported because I chose that. (it looked like it ignored my choice)
After I closed Customize Toolbar, the bookmarks were compact spaced again. Exactly how I need them."
Is this fixable/solvable?