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The auto-hide URL bar: - consistently creates problems with fixed position elements such as footers because the window height calculations are broken - consistently con… (funda kabanzi)
The auto-hide URL bar:
- consistently creates problems with fixed position elements such as footers because the window height calculations are broken - consistently conflicts with the pull-to-refresh mechanism when the url bar is on the top and auto-hiding - creates cognitive and physical issues for some users and complicates actions such as refreshing, bookmarking, and navigation - the old about:config pref to disable auto-hiding now doesn't work.
- is incredibly hair-trigger and over-sensitive - consistently triggers in unexpected situations such as when scrolling to the top of pages quickly (not even at the top), lists of items such as webmail (eg. gmx.net), and lazy-loaded/lazy-drawn content - is even broken on this support page when trying to scroll the text box up to edit content I've typed in. - risks the loss of user data not retained through refreshes. - there is no UI to disable this and no obvious about:config pref.
Both of these features are making my experience with Firefox preview unbearable and I deeply regret updating from the old android UI. If that isn't a strong enough statement I don't know what is.