Bonjour, since the below topic has been solved and therefore closed, I thought I should chime in to deliver additional information. The said topic : https://suppo… (funda kabanzi)
since the below topic has been solved and therefore closed, I thought I should chime in to deliver additional information.
The said topic : https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1288181
I've recently had to move to a new laptop, and discovered that the great solution provided in the above topic didn't seem to work anymore, although I did make sure to restore the userChrome.css file in the new laptop.
Fortunately I found a solution in the following page, which incidentally mentions the above topic in this forum : https://mybyways.com/blog/remove-address-bar-in-firefox-windows
Long story short : once the userChrome.css has been edited/created, one needs to :
-> go to the about:config page -> search for the item "toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets" -> toggle it from false to true -> restart Firefox -> bingo ! the trick works again, one can open a new FF window from a script (window.open) and have the address bar totally hidden
(thus allowing for an entirely clean U/I : no address, no menu, no bookmark bar, no status bar etc... provided the required script code is used (window.open options))
Since I've received great help from this forum, I thought I should give back some. :)