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Exiting Full Screen Mode

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  • Igcine ukuphendulwa ngu bkmtech

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Can someone offer a legitimate reason why someone cannot figure out how to place a "clearly visible" ICON that you can click to exit full screen mode.

It wouldn't even have to that friggin big, would it.

Where would it be located at. How about right near the point where you clicked to enter full screen mode.

I'd rather get frustrated hunting for it.

And restarting Firefox doesn't friggin help, does it.

Yeh, I found it, hence the post.

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You can click the Maximize button on the Navigation Toolbar (move the mouse to the top to make this toolbar appear) to leave full screen mode. There is also an entry in the right-click context menu to "Exit Full Screen Mode".

Okulungisiwe ngu cor-el

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Oh, you mean restore on that mystical toolbar that disappears in the blink of an eye if you move the mouse wrong.

How about someplace where it doesn't ___________________ disappear?

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You can set the toolbars to be visible in full screen mode via that same right-click context menu of the toolbar ([] Hide Toolbars) or possibly with code in userChrome.css.

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You are so wrapped up in your code you don't have a clue.

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bkmtech, please stop with the attacks and insults even if disguised as this is a users helping users community forum. cor-el like most of the regular posters here are users and do not work for Mozilla.

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Note that the Full Screen button that can be found in the toolbar palette also acts as a toggle.

You will have to accept that you need to have a toolbar visible if you want to use a button to toggle full screen mode or use the F11 key.

  • Firefox menu button > Options > Toolbar Layout
  • View > Toolbars > Customize
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Fair enough, but since you have made it clear how pointless this forum is, what the fuck do i care what you think

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My computer is not your fucking playground