We toggled the about:config setting mentioned above. Nothing.
Also tried resetting Ff.
Very poor, but the worst part is WorkOffline has completely disappeared from the 'More >' section of the Hamburber menu.
Glad that Ff is not our default browser anymore.
@dsfgs The about:config option does not enable compact mode yet, it only makes it selectable in the "Customize Toolbar" settings. These are – at least for me – hidden behind the ">>" symbol in the main toolbar. On that customisation page, you can select the compact density.
These settings being rather hidden might explain why most people used to not know about that mode's existence.
@dsfgs The "Customize Toolabr" page can also be found in the aforementioned "More >" section of the hamburger menu.
That is some obnoxious hiding.
Will look into this.
The fact that 'Offline Mode' is missing though, that's the real concern for us moving forward. On #batteryLife and other things. Especially if forks lose it too.
Typical #Mozilla myopia.
(Maybe Mozilla should change its name to #Myopia, but alas it would be an offense to people with short vision)
We think #CompactMode ought be the default – not deprecated.
It's all a bit of a #redHerring, though.
Otherwise: `sudo ifconfig $INTERFACE down`. I've configured sudo such that I don't need to enter the password for "down", but for "up". Kind of self-conditioning to work offline more often ...
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