User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.0; rv:2.0b12) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/4.0b12 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.0; rv:2.0b12) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/4.0b12 A few weeks ago, I opened Firefox and went to a website, then something happened (I don't know what, it just popped up like it is now) and now that website is open on every tab I open and won't go away. I can go to other websites, but this thing won't go away. Its like having a two websites open on one tab, but I can't slide the edge of the divider all the way over. There's always about an inch left, and that takes up some of my screen. I tried checking in options, but nothing is there that shouldn't be. I tried closing the browser and reopening it, but it is still there, and has been for the past two weeks. Having that part of the screen is starting to annoy me, and I would really like to get it fixed. I like Firefox, but if I can't fix this, I'm going to use something else. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Do not know how it started in the first place. 2. 3.
I took screenshots, if that helps.
Yes, please attach those here and upgrade Firefox to 4.0.1. You are still working on a beta release of 4.0.
I just upgraded to 4.0.1 and its still there.
You have set that this specific website should load in the sidebar and not in a tab. Please check the bookmark you probably have set and uncheck the checkbox.
I just looked, and the box is unchecked.
Please check View | Sidebar. Which entries are visible? Is one of those active?
OMG!! Thank you! Neither was activated, but when I selected one, it changed and I could close it out. Thank you thank you thank you!! I have a full screen now!
Interesting. Any chance for you to get it somehow reproduced? Do you have an old state of the profile as backup? If yes I would be interested in the localstore.rdf file.
I'm sorry, I don't know how it happened in the first place. I also do not know what you talking about, I don't know what an .rdf is. Thank you for fixing my problem.
Ok, so lets mark this bug as WFM for now. If you ever see the problem again, please tell us steps which are necessary to get into that state. Thanks.