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    Remove global menu bar from *Firefox* (22.0)

    Yesterday all was working fine. Firefox did not use the global menu bar and selected other applications did e.g. Nautilus.

    This morning suddenly Firefox started using the global menu bar. Nothing that I have done so far has fixed that, although with apt-get autoremove ... (as discussed elsewhere in this forum) other applications are now not using the global menu bar. So right now Firefox is the only application using it and yet the main one that I don't want to be using it.

    I think that this morning FireFox was updated via Update Manager (automatically offered and I accepted).

    I've rebooted several times.

    Suggestions?
    Last edited by Newbunto; July 5th, 2013 at 08:55 AM. Reason: mark solved

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    Re: Remove global menu bar from *Firefox* (22.0)

    Never mind what I said earlier... Didn't saw that you was using version 22.
    Type in about:config and change the value of the line ui.use_unity_menubar to false.
    Last edited by kennerc; June 29th, 2013 at 07:51 PM.

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    Re: Remove global menu bar from *Firefox* (22.0)

    Excellent, thanks. That did the trick.

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