User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X; en-US; rv:1.0.1) Gecko/20020909 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X; en-US; rv:1.0.1) Gecko/20020909 When the toolbar disclosure button is clicked, only the main toolbar appears/disappears. I expect the bookmarks toolbar to be affected as well. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Open a new window 2. Make sure both the Toolbar and Bookmarks Toolbar are visible 3. Click the toolbar disclosure button on the top right of the window Actual Results: The main toolbar disappears, but the bookmark toolbar remains. Expected Results: I expect both toolbars to disappear. For comparison, OmniWeb and Internet Explorer both behave in this manner. If the current design is intentional, then I'd like some option to hide all toolbars, perhaps by Option-clicking the toolbar disclosure button. Workaround: Select "View -> Hide Bookmarks toolbar" from the menu.
Confirmed using Chimera/2002090913 on 10.1.5. It's possible that button should also hide the Status Bar, if the ability to hide that bar is ever implemented (see bug 159233).
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
See Bug 181473 too.
FYI, just in case one think to use a shortcut, some are used/defined by OS X. All clicks are made on the Toolbar icon, white icon on top right of the window. Be sure to open TWO windows and to see both toolbars, even partially. Cmd Click = Cycle through small/big icons with/out text and text types Option Click = Hide/Show the Toolbar of ALL Windows Cmd Option Click = Show Customize Toolbar sheet Ctrl-Cmd-Option-Click = Show Toolbar then Customize Toolbar sheet and when the CT sheet is closed it will hide the Toolbar if it was hidden at click time. Shift-Click in Finder is an Apple Bug, see Bug 162452
Assignee: brade → pinkerton
Target Milestone: --- → Camino1.1
I do not agree, they are two separate toolbars. Each should be hiden seperatly. Mike?
*** Bug 249661 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I agree with Jasper. The OS X toolbar button, in all but a very few circumstances, hides only the window’s main toolbar. When it’s used to hide all toolbars a la the Finder, OmniWeb, or Firefox, it seems nonstandard and out of place.
It is inconsistent how a given program on my computer will behave: * Finder transforms from a brushed-metal utility with a toolbar and sidebar to a folder-viewer from the main pane of that utility. * Mail.app removes its toolbar, leaving behind a thin status bar on top. The drawer is not hidden, but that's easy to hide. * Most programs don't have the teardrop button. * Each of Genius.app and FinkCommander removes its only toolbar, leaving behind clickable column headings on top, tabular data as the viewport, and status information on the bottom. Generally, the toolbar button hides buttons for program functionality so that its information is more visible. So I think the Bookmark Bar should hide with the Toolbar. It wouldn't look weird (as the Finder does) because based on background color the Toolbar and the Bookmark Bar look like one complex of controls.
I disagree with this as well. Are we going to start hiding the tab bar as well when the "toolbar disclosure button" is pushed? They are three separate toolbars. Two can be hidden from the view menu and one from not having an tabs open. We *could* go with Safari's method and remove the button altogether. Doing so would solve this entire problem but still allow the user to hide the menus via the context menu and view menu. I suggest WONTFIX.
WONTFIX per comment 5, 7, 9, and my own personal opinion. Pinkerton, feel free to reopen this if you feel strongly otherwise. cl
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 12 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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