User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040707 Firefox/0.9.2 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040707 Firefox/0.9.2 If you go into fullscreen mode, right-click the toolbar at the top, choose 'customize', scroll down a bit in the customize window that appears, hit 'done', then press f11 again to get out of fullscreen mode, the tools and help menus don't work. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. click on f11 2. right-click on the menubar at the top of the screen 3. choose 'customize' 4. scroll down a bit with the scrollbar that appears. 5. hit 'done'. 6. press f11 again to get out of full screen mode. 7. try clicking on 'tools' or 'help' Actual Results: Every time: clicking on 'tools' or 'help', their menu does not appear. except... just now I tried and only 'help' didn't work. Expected Results: The tools and help menus should have been shown.
(In reply to comment #1) > Created an attachment (id=157202) > 'tools' clicked on but no menu appears So how are you getting the right click to even work! I don't even have a right click on the full screen toolbar! Nothing happens when I right click it. This is v1.0PR. -Clint
Hello, This bug has now basically been fixed because it's no longer possible to right-click in the toolbar in fullscreen mode. Thanks!
Hello. I don't call that "fixed" by removing a feature! ;-) BTW, you CAN right click the toolbar in FS mode on FF .9.3....as long as you don't have a full screen extension installed. Which brings up another bug: what the hell is deal with no taskbar in Full Screen View! How the hell are you supposed to access your other open apps & webpages? You have move your hand over to the keyboard and hit the Windows key, which of course also pops up the Start menu! For the life of me, I cannot comprehend why FF would leave out such a USEFUL and NEEDED IE feature. -Clint
You can access your other open windows by using Alt+Tab or leaving full-screen mode. If the taskbar is there, then it's not completely full-screen mode - but this would be for another bug anyway.
(In reply to comment #5) > You can access your other open windows by using Alt+Tab or leaving full-screen > mode. If the taskbar is there, then it's not completely full-screen mode - but > this would be for another bug anyway. Hello, that's not what I mean. In IE, all you have to do in full screen view is simply hover your cursor at the bottom and the taskbar shows. One should not have to, and it's a pain, to have hit keys on the keyboard or leave full screen view to access other apps; instead of the simple and quick IE method. I can't believe the "geniuses" that designed FF felt the need that no one needs access to the Taskbar!! I found only one extension so far that gives you the full screen view WITH taskbar autohide/hide like IE, but incredibly this is another "genius" that left something CRITICAL out; and that is the icons: "-" (minimize), [restore icons], and "X" icons are MISSING from the toolbar in full screen view! The only way in it to close a full screen view is making the taskbar show, then right clicking the window, then "close"; or clicking the "Full screen" icon again, then clicking the "X" at upper right. This is yet another reason why FF will never overtake IE--the omission of NEEDED CRITICAL features (or bugs). I've give my left n*t for full screen in FF to be like IE. -Clint