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The surrounding borders of the Firefox windows. I would like to view the page with screen width when on full-screen..

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migrated from Aug 1 '09 at 12:24

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Try pressing F11. (That will start full screen mode.)

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Okay I'll check that out.. F11 maintains the borders (left, right and bottom), they are tiny ~3px.. and I have firebug installed. – user4264 Aug 1 '09 at 12:27

By default, Firefox only has borders on the top and any scrollbars that are there when in full screen. If you have a left border, the All-in-one sidebar extension is responsible, and I think Firebug sometimes creates a bottom border.

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