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Blank space when removing Firefox View icon

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When removing Firefox View, there is an blank space on the left side of the first tab. This error seems to only happen on Windows on Arch it works correctly.

When removing Firefox View, there is an blank space on the left side of the first tab. This error seems to only happen on Windows on Arch it works correctly.
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There is meant to be an empty space there for dragging when the window is not maximized, the system titlebar is disabled and the menu bar is not enabled.

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How do you remove this Firefox View button ? In current releases this button is customizable and can be removed via the right-click context menu and via customize mode.

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cor-el disse

How do you remove this Firefox View button ? In current releases this button is customizable and can be removed via the right-click context menu and via customize mode.

I removed the button, but after that there is a blank space where the button was. And when I try to add Firefox View again it keeps this empty space on the left. When I click to open the Menu Bar it becomes easier to understand!

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Изменено altendorfme

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There is meant to be an empty space there for dragging when the window is not maximized, the system titlebar is disabled and the menu bar is not enabled.

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zeroknight disse

There is meant to be an empty space there for dragging when the window is not maximized, the system titlebar is disabled and the menu bar is not enabled.

As I'm using an ultrawide monitor, I rarely use the maximized windows, but now I've tested it and that's it!