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How do you permanently disable window dragging?

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Left-clicking in the blank area of the menu bar engages window dragging behavior and I need this to stop. This behavior is already defined on my desktop by using a modifier key (ALT) and the default Firefox behavior circumvents this preference.

The recommended solution to alter my GTK-3 preferences via stylesheets does not work. The issue appears to be that XUL ignores the GTK window-dragging settings in preference to its own. I can verify correct behavior in other GTK-3 applications.

My current solution is editing the libxul.so library and modifying the -moz-window-dragging elements to prevent this behavior but this apparently disables HTML inspection. I have tried to follow guides related to custom XUL stylesheets but have not found a viable solution.

What is the correct way to disable this behavior?

Left-clicking in the blank area of the menu bar engages window dragging behavior and I need this to stop. This behavior is already defined on my desktop by using a modifier key (ALT) and the default Firefox behavior circumvents this preference. The recommended solution to alter my GTK-3 preferences via stylesheets does not work. The issue appears to be that XUL ignores the GTK window-dragging settings in preference to its own. I can verify correct behavior in other GTK-3 applications. My current solution is editing the libxul.so library and modifying the -moz-window-dragging elements to prevent this behavior but this apparently disables HTML inspection. I have tried to follow guides related to custom XUL stylesheets but have not found a viable solution. What is the correct way to disable this behavior?
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