How to Hide the FireFox Title Bar in Ubuntu with GNOME Desktop

Hide Firefox top panel on Ubuntu Gnome - Firefox 60 offers changes that give you more content and more ways to customize your New Tab / Firefox home. It also introduces support for the Web Authentication API, which means you can log in to websites in Firefox with USB tokens like YubiKey.

For Gnome users, you can now make the latest stable of Firefox more compact and Gnome-ish by hidding the title bar (the top panel) to save your screen's space.

Here's the screenshot :

Hide the Ubuntu 18.04 FireFox Title bar

So please upgrade your Firefox Browser using Ubuntu Software Updater or download the latest release of Firefox for Windows, Mac OS and Linux from official Firefox website.

Hide the FireFox Title bar

Step 1 - Once upgraded, simply launch Firefox

Step 2 - Go to Menu > Customize

Step 3 - Unchecked the Title Bar checkbox. You can also give a check on drag space option if necessary.

That's it folks!

Other Changes in Firefox 60

  • Improved “Cookies and Site Storage” section in Preferences
  • Enhanced privacy indicators when using a webcam online
  • Improved WebRTC audio performance and playback on Linux

Fix White Corner Window Firefox CSD

Unfortunately, this action introduces an issue. There's obnoxious little white triangle at the corners of the window, which makes it look ugly.

But don't worry, fixing Firefox's pointy white window corners on Ubuntu is easy as shown in the video. Thanks for reading!.