Firefox: Hide Menu, Navigation Bar, Tabs, Bookmarks and Statusbar

By | January 29, 2010 | 4 Comments

Here is one more tip/extension for Firefox users. With simple add-on “Hide GUI Bars” you can hide various GUI elements, such as: menu, navigation bar, tabs, bookmarks and statusbar using toggle keys (CTRL+Shift+A).

Firefox: Hide Menu, Navigation Bar, Tabs, Bookmarks and Statusbar
Via FirefoxFacts.

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  • fapfapfap

    So firefox needs extensions to do such simple things?

    • Anachron

      Only if you want to use a hotkey to do it.

    • http://www.pneumatig.com.pl pneumatyka

      As for most simple things, you can do in other browsers out-of-the-box :P :P

      • Foo

        Really, how?

        Chrome only have one toolbar that’s toggleable, the bookmarks bar (Ctrl+B).

        The only thing I find on Opera, that isn’t completely out of date, only gives a way to toggle the menubar (Alt+F11) and nothing else.

        Trivia: Hide All Toolbars have been there since Firefox 2.