Both Chrome and Firefox introduced the Search tabs list menu.
In my view, this completely negates the need for the (very annoying imo) tab-scrolling feature of Firefox (i.e. when you have what they deem to be too many tabs for the view,
> buttons appear on the tab line so that you can scroll left and right).
I would like to disable that functionality. I don't want to "turn Firefox into Chrome", I prefer Firefox for many many other reasons, but I want to remove the annoyance of the
> buttons (honestly, it's one of the reasons that puts me off Firefox more than any other - I just see no purpose for these buttons, and not being able to visually see all tabs from one view is annoying).
I found that if you go to
about:config, you can then search for
browser.tabs.tabMinWidth, and adjust the size. In an article from 5 or 6 years ago, it said you can reduce this to 0, but I found this impossible, and an article from 2019 said that it is limited to a minimum of 50 pixels. There is also this article from 11 years ago that is redundant with respect to modern Firefox.
Is there a way to disable the tab scroll left/right buttons
> and/or reduce the tab pixel width to '0' or '1'?