F11/Fullscreen is sometimes impractical*. I just want to toggle the toolbars.
In older Firefox versions this was possible with the addon "Dorando keyconfig":
1. specify a script:
var s = document.getElementById('status-bar'); s.hidden = !s.hidden; var b = document.getElementById('PersonalToolbar'); b.collapsed = !b.collapsed; var nb = document.getElementById('nav-bar'); nb.collapsed =!nb.collapsed var tb = document.getElementById('TabsToolbar'); tb.collapsed =!tb.collapsed
2. map it to a keyboard shortcut via the Dorando addon-interface
This addon is not availabe anymore in Firefox 57 and above.
Question: (How) can I toggle every toolbar via the Webextension or an addon in Firefox version >= 57? (preferebly with a hotkey)
*imagine you want to watch a tutorial in seperate window, but with the maximum video size. Or read an article with the max screenrealestate in a splitted i3 container on linux...
update 02.2019 after waiting a long time and searching, ClairelyClairs answer seams to be the only viable method. but it has it's downsides. So here are some tips to it:
- create a new firefox profile where the userChrome.css is placed in the profiles "chrome" dir.
- start your normal firefox-profile and then additionally start this second profile, e.g.
firefox -p notoolbarsfor the purpose of watching webinars or such.
- another tip: beside userChrome.css use userContent.css to disable banners and things (see mozillaZine article and this