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How do I put my tabs back where they belong (Firefox 72.0.1)?

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I recently updated my browser to mitigate the latest scary security issues, and now my tab bar is in the wrong location again. I tried 3 or 4 different solutions from around the web, including this one that seems somewhat official: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/forum-response-tabs-below-url-bar but I am still unable to get the tabs to show up below the address bar and bookmark toolbar. When I use the Browser Toolbox to examine the layout, it seems that the TabsToolbar object is now a child of a container that includes that and the Menu Bar. Adjusting the CSS allows me to change the order of those two, but I can't get the tabs to move below the bookmarks toolbar, where they belong. Can anyone point me to an article that will help me move the tabs to the right location?

I recently updated my browser to mitigate the latest scary security issues, and now my tab bar is in the wrong location again. I tried 3 or 4 different solutions from around the web, including this one that seems somewhat official: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/forum-response-tabs-below-url-bar but I am still unable to get the tabs to show up below the address bar and bookmark toolbar. When I use the Browser Toolbox to examine the layout, it seems that the TabsToolbar object is now a child of a container that includes that and the Menu Bar. Adjusting the CSS allows me to change the order of those two, but I can't get the tabs to move below the bookmarks toolbar, where they belong. Can anyone point me to an article that will help me move the tabs to the right location?
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The form changed with 72. There will likely be breaking changes every release or so until the rewriting of the UI chills out a bit.

This should help you: https://www.userchrome.org/what-is-userchrome-css.html#movetabbar

If you do not already have it, open about:config and find the pref toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets and make it true, or customizations don't work, or don't work properly.

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The form changed with 72. There will likely be breaking changes every release or so until the rewriting of the UI chills out a bit.

This should help you: https://www.userchrome.org/what-is-userchrome-css.html#movetabbar

If you do not already have it, open about:config and find the pref toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets and make it true, or customizations don't work, or don't work properly.

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Thank you. I was missing that about:config setting, so none of my CSS changes were taking effect. After enabling it, most of the solutions available worked.

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Fantastic! Enjoy your preferred configuration.

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I really don't understand why anyone would even consider having everything in tabs, since it duplicates the toolbars into each tab sucking more ram and cpu cycles making the layout a HARDWARE SALES layout.

Any real software developer will work to minimize hardware requirements, not maximize them.