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I'm using Windows 10 on one computer and Windows 7 on another need a solution which will work for both. When I upgraded to Firefox 72, I think it was, I had a problem wi… (funda kabanzi)
I'm using Windows 10 on one computer and Windows 7 on another need a solution which will work for both.
When I upgraded to Firefox 72, I think it was, I had a problem with the tabs which I wanted to show below the address bar. Someone from this forum helped by guiding me to a userChrome change and a userContent.css file. That worked fine and the tabs were below the address bar.
The next time I upgraded Firefox to 75 I think it was, the address bar wasn't working the way it used to. I wanted to be able to have the whole address bar selected when I clicked on it so I could type over what was there and enter a new address. Again, someone on this forum very kindly helped me by showing me how to change the settings on browser.urlbar.OpenViewOnFocus and 3 others and the problem was solved.
Now I come to Firefox 77 and the tabs are showing above the address bar again AND the address bar is no longer working as I wanted it to.
The OpenViewOnFocus settings are the way they I was advised to change them, but the tabs are still above the address bar. Someone acknowledged that changing the OpenViewOnFocus will no longer correct the tab locations and suggested a userChrome.css change. But I've already got one program in the userChrome.css file that I used the fix the address bar program.
Can I have two different programs in the userChrome.css field?
If so, can anyone help with the userChrome.css program that would take care of both problems? and do I still need the userContent.css file?
Why does Firefox keep doing this?