How can I set up Firefox for a single vertical monitor?
I have a good 1080p monitor, which I can set up in either orientation. I have a hard time finding monitors which meet my accessibility needs, so a square/squarer monitor or a 2nd monitor would be expensive.
I have tried setting it up in vertical mode, to make it easier to read pdfs and to write. And ideally, to make it easier to avoid sidebars and/or move them away above the main content where they're less likely to trigger as many @##$% migraines.
I've noticed that most websites are designed for the horizontal layout. Elements disappear off the right edge, sometims with a horizontal scrollbar to reach them, sometimes without. Is there a trick to get miost or all websites to fit?
I use about:config fixes, add-ons, and user css to try to increase font sizes, switch colors, block animation, and reduce frame rates to completely block "smooth" animation. I can't do without these, so I don't think I could adapt the mobile version to my needs.
I've noticed *many* other problems in other apps, but if I can get all these websites working in Firefox, I can probably sort out the other problems elsewhere.
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AFAIK that feature is mostly common in Word type software or scanner apps that use longitude screen layout. And most sites and software defaults to the horizontal layout-so unless there is a userChrome.css setup that changes the Browser layout the user will have to manually change the browser size to fit a longitude screen layout.
I'd stumbled across a series of sites that didn't fit, but other sites do fit.
> the user will have to manually change the browser size to fit a longitude screen layout.
I'm not sure what this means. Of course I change the window size to fit the screen size. I often get migraines from scrolling with smaller windows. Though not as many as from scrolling with @#$^$@ sidebars and other @$^# standard web design. But some pages just don't fit within the window, either because of @#$& sidebars, or headers which take too much horizontal space, or pictures.