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is there any way to hide the status bar (or pop-up) at the bottom left?

Hi, I'd like to get rid of the status bar at the bottom left corner. I know it goes away and it seems impossible to remove. But is there any way to remove it? I add an im… (funda kabanzi)

Hi, I'd like to get rid of the status bar at the bottom left corner. I know it goes away and it seems impossible to remove. But is there any way to remove it? I add an image to show what I want to remove. Thanks in advance!

Asked by hyeseung97 3 iminyaka edlule

Answered by cor-el 3 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox 107

My bank will no longer allow access to online banking. They say I have Firefox version 77 and that I need version 107 or higher. How do I get 107 installed on my deskto… (funda kabanzi)

My bank will no longer allow access to online banking. They say I have Firefox version 77 and that I need version 107 or higher. How do I get 107 installed on my desktop?

Asked by davidauble52 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by James 1 unyaka odlule

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I'd like to "prevent this page from making additional diologues", but with the browser function that creates the diologue working instead of being blocked

I've got a pretty simple question here. I do work thru a website doing data entry. One of the forms has a "copy this data to all similar fields" button. When I used to u… (funda kabanzi)

I've got a pretty simple question here.

I do work thru a website doing data entry. One of the forms has a "copy this data to all similar fields" button. When I used to use Chrome, I could click the button and it would work with no pop-up dialogue. In Firefox, it creates the dialogue below (mozillahow2.png) asking me to confirm that I want to copy the data. It has an option to prevent the page from creating additional diologues.

I tried ticking the box but, unfortunately, this prevents the copy-to-all function in the website from working at all; it blocks the dialogue completely rather than defaulting to "yes, confirm" etc.

I'm just wondering how I can tinker around and make this work like it does in Chrome. It's a minor inconvenience but one I would like to optimize.

Thanks! -LDStrait//Chilperic Fanethegn

Asked by Logan Strait 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 7 izinyanga ezidlule