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top border is different on Nightly

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I have three Firefox-related browsers installed on a Linux Mint MATE system: Firefox, Nightly, and Pale Moon. I realize that Nightly is not intended for production use. That said, the top border is twice as tall as the one on Firefox and Pale Moon. This is a new system and I don't remember the border ever looking like this. The three images should illustrate the problem. Is there an about:config setting I should set?

I have three Firefox-related browsers installed on a Linux Mint MATE system: Firefox, Nightly, and Pale Moon. I realize that Nightly is not intended for production use. That said, the top border is twice as tall as the one on Firefox and Pale Moon. This is a new system and I don't remember the border ever looking like this. The three images should illustrate the problem. Is there an about:config setting I should set?
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In Firefox 93 and later releases support to reduce the menu spacing via "Density: Compact" on the Customize page has been added. Note that "Compact" is no longer present by default as a Density choice in Customize.

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Enable the system titlebar in Customize mode (browser.tabs.inTitlebar set to 0).

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

In Firefox 93 and later releases support to reduce the menu spacing via "Density: Compact" on the Customize page has been added. Note that "Compact" is no longer present by default as a Density choice in Customize.

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Wow, I just learned a bunch of things about Firefox. Thanks, zeroknight and cor-el.

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If you want to be a Nightly channel tester then the daily threads in the Firefox Builds section on https://forums.mozillazine.org/viewforum.php?f=23 may be of interest.

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