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Tabs on Bottom Release 89.0

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Hello, all.

This is not a question but a pointer for those who have successfully been using userChrome.css to put the tabs where they belong, below the Bookmarks bar. :-)

If you used a userChrome.css solution such as that presented in threads like the support article "tabs on bottom release 72.0.1" (full disclosure, that is my solution), then you just need to add to the #TabsToolbar section one line:

top: var(--uc-titlebar-padding,86px);

You can play with the "86px" until you have the tabs where you like them. Depending upon my profile and other CSS options, I have to move that a few pixels up or down to get it looking just right.

Hello, all. This is not a question but a pointer for those who have successfully been using userChrome.css to put the tabs where they belong, below the Bookmarks bar. :-) If you used a userChrome.css solution such as that presented in threads like [[tabs on bottom release 72.0.1|the support article "tabs on bottom release 72.0.1"]] (full disclosure, that is my solution), then you just need to add to the '''#TabsToolbar''' section one line: top: var(--uc-titlebar-padding,86px); You can play with the "86px" until you have the tabs where you like them. Depending upon my profile and other CSS options, I have to move that a few pixels up or down to get it looking just right.

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

Me, again!

You can use just this in the #TabsToolbar section:

top: 86px !important;

The "var" part was for some other calculations; it is not needed, here, if you know exactly where you want the tabs to appear.

If you want the tabs position to be more dynamic, you can get fancy and calculate how far from the top to put the tabs. For example, if you like to turn your Bookmarks Toolbar on and off, you might not want your tabs suddenly intruding on your web page.

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Sorry about the link, above. It should be this support article .

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Me, again!

You can use just this in the #TabsToolbar section:

top: 86px !important;

The "var" part was for some other calculations; it is not needed, here, if you know exactly where you want the tabs to appear.

If you want the tabs position to be more dynamic, you can get fancy and calculate how far from the top to put the tabs. For example, if you like to turn your Bookmarks Toolbar on and off, you might not want your tabs suddenly intruding on your web page.

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