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Can't find Firefox menu on a Mac

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  • 32 zinale nkinga
  • Igcine ukuphendulwa ngu Delmond

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I just started using a Mac... I need to change my preferences/options but I can not find the menu option... it is not there and no matter what key I press or anywhere I right click I can't find it. Does anyone know where it is or how to access it?

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link says, "If Firefox is in full screen mode, move the pointer to the top of the screen, and click on the Full Screen icon to restore the Firefox menu to normal size and show the menu bar. If Firefox is not in Full Screen mode, the menu bar will be visible. The menu bar always includes the Apple icon and the name of the current program. To see the Firefox menu bar, click inside any Firefox window."

I'm not in full screen mode and the menu bar is not visible. There is also no Apple icon since there is no menu.

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You can try

Try to move (delete) the Firefox plist file.

Go to "Library > Preferences" and remove the plist file for Firefox (org.mozilla.firefox.plist).

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Didn't work. This is getting very frustrating.

I can't set my preferences and keep loosing my tabs every time I close (I know, don't close it but sometimes you can't help it).

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Thanks for the help - just figured it out. Had to purchase a new monitor so I could use the Mac that was given to me.... I didn't realize there is a menu at the top till I discovered my monitor settings went beyond the screen. The menu was hidden behind the top frame.