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Hovering on tabs opens the Mac menu bar in full screen mode

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duplicate of /questions/1274577 thread.

When you move your mouse cursor on the tab area to select a tab, it happens quite often that the Mac menu bar opens automatically and covers the tab area, thus preventing you from opening the tab (see the screenshot).

This is a rather inconvenient issue with Firefox for Mac.

For example, in Chrome for Mac, there is a vertical gap on top of the tabs to avoid this effect - see the screenshot. Or in Safari, tabs are located below the address bar.

Is there any solution to the issue?

duplicate of [/questions/1274577] thread. When you move your mouse cursor on the tab area to select a tab, it happens quite often that the Mac menu bar opens automatically and covers the tab area, thus preventing you from opening the tab (see the screenshot). This is a rather inconvenient issue with Firefox for Mac. For example, in Chrome for Mac, there is a vertical gap on top of the tabs to avoid this effect - see the screenshot. Or in Safari, tabs are located below the address bar. Is there any solution to the issue?
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