Mac: Toolbar drop down menu not displaying the menu bar
I am trying to customize my Firefox on mac so that the menu bar is always displayed. However, looking at ways to fix this I am told to go to the customization menu, click the tool bar drop down menu and click "menu bar". However, I do not have this option. Only the book mark bar is displayed? How do I make it so that the menu bar is always displayed when I browse with firefox? Every time I change a tab the menu bar pops up because I scrolled to high and its impossible to enjoy this browser. I've tried resetting my browser to default settings and this never fixed the problem. Please help!
Okay, now I am reading your question a different way. Is the problem only when you are in full screen and your mouse pointer gets to the top of the screen -- the menu bar and/or other bars roll down at that point?從原來的回覆中察看解決方案 👍 0
On Mac the menu bar is under control of the Mac OS and you can't affect this via Firefox settings or possibly via userChrome.css. I think that on Mac the menu bar will always be visible under normal conditions unless you enter Full Screen mode (not sure about pop-up windows).
Do you know what actions are causing the menu bar to get hidden ?
When I am in full screen, the menu bar pops up. So it is an OS issues? ok. I thought it was firefox. Thanks. But now I just need to know how to have the menu bar stop from popping up while in full screen
Are we all talking about the same menu bar: the one at the very top of the screen shared by all applications?
I think full screen should hide that, but different methods may give different results:
- using a full screen button on a video player
- using Command+Shift+F to toggle "browser full screen" on/off (or the equivalent command on View menu, if it's there on Mac)
- clicking the green button on the window frame
Okay, now I am reading your question a different way. Is the problem only when you are in full screen and your mouse pointer gets to the top of the screen -- the menu bar and/or other bars roll down at that point?