[Quick Tip] Hide the FireFox Title bar in Ubuntu 18.04/16.04

May 11, 2018 — 1 Comment

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To make Firefox web browser looks better in Ubuntu Gnome desktop, you can now hide the title bar at the top of the browser to get Gnome-style application header bar.

1. The new feature was introduced in Firefox 60 that was released 2 days ago. So first upgrade your Firefox web browser using Software Updater utility.

2. Then launch Firefox and go to Menu -> Customize…

3. Next you’ll see the “Title Bar” checkbox in the left bottom of customize tab.

Un-check it to hide the title bar and done.

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One response to [Quick Tip] Hide the FireFox Title bar in Ubuntu 18.04/16.04

  1. The problem here is that after hiding title bar there is still some space between tabs and top of the screen. This space is absent in Chrome.

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