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    Re: Firefox / Abrowser wasted space problem - Plugin needed

    Quote Originally Posted by vasa1 View Post
    Hah! Actually, with both types, if one unticks Use System title bar and borders the title bar goes away!

    Thank you and thanks to yeehi
    Yes, indeed. Thanks yeehi! I have got it now added to my FF, and I like it.

    For the chromium titlebar hiding, I knew it was somewhere in settings, I just forgot exactly where.
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    Re: Firefox / Abrowser wasted space problem - Plugin needed

    Try Chrome, I like it over firefox.


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    Re: Firefox / Abrowser wasted space problem - Plugin needed

    Quote Originally Posted by ubuchignome View Post
    Try Chrome, I like it over firefox.
    That's not the topic of this thread

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    Re: Firefox / Abrowser wasted space problem - Plugin needed

    Quote Originally Posted by vasa1 View Post
    Hah! Actually, with both types, if one unticks Use System title bar and borders the title bar goes away!
    ...
    Doing this (in Chrome) has a side-effect: alt+spacebar doesn't work any more, at least for me. I like to minimize, maximize, or close windows using alt+spacebar followed by n, x, or c.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ubuchignome View Post
    Try Chrome, I like it over firefox.


    I like Chrome too but prefer to go with Google Chrome Canary. It is experimental but has very good HTML5 support. Some sites don't work well with it yet. There isn't an official Linux version of Canary yet. I believe you can get the latest development version here.

    The dev builds are meant to be like Canary but are without some plugins like PDF, Flash, FFMpeg.

    The main reason I like Abrowser (Firefox) is that it is free software.

    I don't mind this thread going completely off topic, since it has been solved! While we are on about plugins, let me recommend one more for Firefox:

    Zoom Page

    Very nice for keeping your eyesight so you don't have to strain your eyes. There is a discreet button at the top left - just click on it when necessary.
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