When Firefox is maximized, it puts the Firefox button, the tabs and the minimize/maximize/close button all at the same level along the X axis (so they all appear in a line).

But it does not do that when it's not maximized. When not-maximised, the tabs appear underneath the Firefox logo and min/max/closed buttons (as pictured below).

How do I make it do that always, even when it's not maximized?

Maximized: enter image description here

Not maximized enter image description here

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    I am not a frequent Firefox user, could you please illustrate your issue, i.e. provide some pictures? I sort of know what you mean by that, but that's common behavior by all browsers, so would like to double check we mean the same thing first. – Neolisk May 5 '13 at 19:46

Looks like there is an add-on for that Hide Caption Titlebar Plus

"Maximize your screen space by controlling the presence of Firefox window Title-bar (Caption) & borders!", to be like Chrome Browser. - Hide FF's caption with 'smart' options, optional custom caption & resizers. - Works with ChromiFox-like themes

  • its very cool together with Tree Style Tabs! cheers! – csomakk Mar 7 '14 at 9:42

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