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Yet another case where the developer's stupid idea of implementing a minimum window width causes a problem... My work involves opening many separate browser windows, resi… (funda kabanzi)
Yet another case where the developer's stupid idea of implementing a minimum window width causes a problem...
My work involves opening many separate browser windows, resizing them (sometimes quite small) and tiling them all over. This wasn't a problem (aside from firefox's well known and never-to-be-fixed massive memory leaks) until our IT decided to update to version 33 today (not certain what version we had previously but it was prior to the min-width fiasco was added). Now I can no longer make my many windows as small as they need to be.
I've found the userChrome.css "fix" - https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/980033 This DOES work for the main window only, but does not allow for the resizing of my secondary windows. I don't know what kind of windows they are, the system we use has a button to press which detaches new windows for each product we must watch. They're popup windows of some kind, they have address bars, but nothing else that comes with the main window (e.g. search bar, home/stop/refresh/ect. buttons).
Is there a userChrome.css command I can use that will allow these popup windows to break firefox's stupid min-width setting like the main window? I've tried duplicating the main-window command substituting #window #new-window #popup-window and a few others all to no avail.