coffeebreak wrote: ↑
That css works for me.
Maybe an extension interferes.
Try temporarily disabling Hide Captions in Titlebar
to see if it conflicts.
And more generally, have you tried in safe mode
Thank you! I did that (disabled the Hide Captions...) add-in and the Text disappeared from the title bar. Good!
I noticed that the "New tab" tab, i.e. the one that you press to open a new tab, is also gone - shame!
And the tabs are a bit further down on the screen, wasting a little bit of space (but not much). Hide Captions had a functionality that actually let you play around with the exact placement of the tabs in the titlebar, moving them up and down a bit, and making the titlebar very slim.
This Hide Captions add-on is one that I ever used in Firefox, I just read about it here I think and installed it.
Konrad wrote: ↑
My Pale Moon runs in the “Tabs on Top
” mode and I don’t see captions in the title bar
since it is hidden in that mode. I use neither the “Hide Captions in Titlebar” add-on nor any special script for that.
Have a go without the add-on and script, just Tabs on Top
By the way, there are two site icons in the address bar
of your browser, is not this strange?
Yeah, I had Tabs always on Top
or something like that, in my own Firefox profile that I migrated to Pale Moon.
Haha, double Icons in address bar... Yes, that comes and goes! No idea what's causing it - probably an add-on. It's one of the little beauty defects I'm trying to sort out!
Frasier wrote: ↑
Did you include the line:
Code: Select all
at the top of the css file?
If all else fails you might give this old extension a try:
'. It can be installed after installing https://github.com/JustOff/ca-archive/releases
You'll want to disable/remove 'Hide Captions in Titlebar' first though.
Thank you! I will try the old add-on that you recommend, for sure. Hid Captions in Titlebar is now disabled.... Strange add-on that one; it doesn't actually do what the title says, but tons of other things!
I do have the Namespace snipped as the first entry in the userChrome.css file, so that was not the trouble.