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white bars on sides of window when title bar is disabled

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Since three updates ago there are white bars on three sides of my Firefox window whenever I disable the title bar. (The bars should be visible if you open the first picture I've attached over a coloured background. The second picture shows the bars disappearing when the title bar is switched on.)

This problem persists in Safe Mode and even after a fresh installation of Firefox, so I am confident that my add-ons and themes are not the issue. The bars also show up when using the Firefox default theme, so a custom theme is not the problem either.

I have also tried, to no avail: Updating my graphics driver, changing my screen scaling, cleaning the registry. And of course simply restarting my computer.

I am at a loss as to what the issue is or how I can fix it.

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I actually figured this out after someone linked to this post on Reddit and I happened to see it. Just like that person I was running Firefox in compatibility mode for an older version of Windows. I don't have any idea how that got switched on, but my problem is solved either way.

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Hmm, I can't think of a good reason for any kind of borders on a maximized window. However, I'm running Windows 10 and I can't test Windows 8.x myself.

Is Firefox the only application that is affected?

Is Full HD the native resolution of your monitor?

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選擇的解決方法

I actually figured this out after someone linked to this post on Reddit and I happened to see it. Just like that person I was running Firefox in compatibility mode for an older version of Windows. I don't have any idea how that got switched on, but my problem is solved either way.

有幫助嗎?

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