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How to: Auto-Hide URL

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Greetings!

If this is actually a thing, I would like to know how to make it happen. If it is not a thing, this a suggestion that would be amazing to implement into the web-browser!

On my phone, when you scroll, it automatically hides the address bar and everything on it, to go 'full-screen'. I want this on my laptop. How can I make it, that when I scroll, or even just sit on a webpage for a moment, the URL bar will smoothly transition into being 'hidden'?

I want to be clear: I do NOT want to use the fullscreen, CTRL + F11 function, because then my Windows task bar is not accessible. Right now I have my taskbar hidden, which is fantastic because it gives my laptop screen a bigger feel. And if FireFox's URL could do the same... that would be beautiful.

Greetings! If this is actually a thing, I would like to know how to make it happen. If it is not a thing, this a suggestion that would be amazing to implement into the web-browser! On my phone, when you scroll, it automatically hides the address bar and everything on it, to go 'full-screen'. I want this on my laptop. How can I make it, that when I scroll, or even just sit on a webpage for a moment, the URL bar will smoothly transition into being 'hidden'? I want to be clear: I do NOT want to use the fullscreen, CTRL + F11 function, because then my Windows task bar is not accessible. Right now I have my taskbar hidden, which is fantastic because it gives my laptop screen a bigger feel. And if FireFox's URL could do the same... that would be beautiful.

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After a learning curve, and a trip down userChrome.css editing... I have arrived at:

#navigator-toolbox {
  max-height: 2px;
  overflow: hidden;
  transition: ease all 2s;
}

#navigator-toolbox:hover {
  max-height: 100vh;
  animation: 0s pop-in;
  animation-fill-mode: both;
  animation-delay: 2s;
}

@keyframes pop-in {
  from {overflow: hidden}
  to {overflow: unset}
}

You can mess with the transition speed and pixel height for your own preferences.

Thank you to Wesley Branton

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Mozilla set up a new site for product idea submissions, if you want to pitch this one:

https://connect.mozilla.org/t5/ideas/idb-p/ideas

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Dropa, exactly... I couldn't find a way to do what I wanted 'officially'. This is a bandaid, temporary fix, that also demonstrates the exact thing I was looking for

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If you want to hide the menu bar you could also simply press F11 on your keyboard. If this was not the answer to your question, I would ask you to correct me.

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This does not answer my question :) I am trying to do this withOUT using the 'Fullscreen' ability.

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MrNonAstute said

This does not answer my question :) I am trying to do this withOUT using the 'Fullscreen' ability.

We are very sorry that we could not help you, SupportGB is based on videos, answers and questions from the Internet and is not personal to the question to cut, nevertheless, it often agrees. We would be pleased if you could describe your question in detail so that we can answer you individually.

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