How to stop URL bar from enlarging on click onf firefox 77?
I hate it when I click on the url-field and its size change.
It wasn't there in former firefox versions and I did not miss it. It changed some time ago. Any decent software development would have introduced his new feature and provided a "classic" option to turn it off. Not so firefox. Mozilla introduced it and I had to google how to get the old behaviour back. No option.. I have to go to about:config, ignore teh warnings, find some weird options and set them to false and the mozilla turned that off too. Now the was to change it is to set up a css-file, got to about:config again to make firefox actually read that file, place some mystery css-code in there and it still does not work!
Very annoying, an outstanding example of bad practice how to introduce new features and take away users choices.
So: How to stop URL bar from enlarging on click?
@cor-el You're ignoring about all @ChrisB was saying.
Hi titule, this support forum has a limited scope: support forum volunteers are not the developers. We can assist you with settings and workarounds, but we don't code Firefox or prioritize development decisions.
Did you have a question for us or did you stop by to voice your displeasure?
Well.. both then... How can I contact the developers to voice my displeasure?
How can I contact the developers to voice my displeasure?
Can you formulate that as a specific requested change? You have many choices to submit feature suggestions, depending on your desired style of interaction:
- Mozilla Discourse: https://discourse.mozilla.org/
If none of the categories seem to fit, try https://discourse.mozilla.org/c/firefox-development
- Reddit (monitored by Mozilla): https://www.reddit.com/r/firefox/
- I saw someone created a Change.org petition but I don't know who sees those
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This megabar an awful anti-feature. Removing even the about:config option to disable it shows Mozilla's contempt for users. It's clear there won't be a proper fix to this ever. Hopefully a more competent and respectful organization emerges from Mozilla's ashes.