I've been finding it awkward reaching my hand round to select the menues button since they moved it to the right side and took away the ability to drag it via customise. … (xem thêm)
I've been finding it awkward reaching my hand round to select the menues button since they moved it to the right side and took away the ability to drag it via customise. I don't see why they had to fix it where it now is, when it was always fine on the left side: maybe this version was made by a left hander, who would be able to steer their mouse pointer in the 'forward' sense, and not have to strain their right hand against its wrist to get to the right corner, as I do. :/
Anyhow: a solution was offerred, in the form of a style sheet script from Github, a few years ago:
"1) Download the zip file at https://github.com/Timvde/UserChrome-Tweaks and extract the userChrome.css file.
2) Open File Explorer, click 'View', check the box for 'Hidden Items'.
3) Drill down to c:/users/yourname/AppData/Roaming/Mozilla/Firefox/Profiles/yourdefaultprofile
4) Create a new directory called 'chrome'.
5) Copy userChrome.css to the 'chrome' directory.
6) Restart Firefox."
This looks quite straightforward, but I'm new to GitHub, and I can't find anything about any actual files to download, and, if I try to copy the relevant script from the header link of the script, so that I can create a file in notepad, all that it copies is the title.
I can't believe how much time I've wasted just looking for the zip file in step one of the fix!
Css and coding are all pretty alien to me, but I thought I might be able to at least manage the download part. :/
Much obliged if anyone can explain how one is meant to 'git' things from the GitHub site; and,
If the situation has changed in the various FF versions since this advice was given:
Does anyone have a way to move the 'hamburger' button, that will work with the current version?