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    Question Hide Title Bars on Applications

    Is there a way in KDE to hide the "title bars" on applications like Firefox? See here, the grey bar across the top:


    I'm on openSUSE Tumbleweed running up-to-date KDE Plasma 5

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    Default Re: Hide Title Bars on Applications

    Quote Originally Posted by EmpireITtech View Post
    Is there a way in KDE to hide the "title bars" on applications like Firefox?
    Of course there is, in KDE...

    Just right-click on the window titlebar and go into "Custom Actions".
    Not sure if that's how it is called for you, I'm using german here and tried to re-translate back into english...

    But then, IIRC Firefox does provide an option for this too...
    Last edited by wolfi323; 19-Apr-2017 at 12:25.

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    Default Re: Hide Title Bars on Applications

    Thanks wolfi323

    So I found in the "Special Application Settings" the ability to turn off the title bar, but unfortunately that also removes the close/minimize/maximize buttons as well - unlike in Windows where you still have those options without the title bar

    I guess I'll keep looking for a solution. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Hide Title Bars on Applications

    If you're talking about web browsers specifically including Firefox, are you talking about "Full Screen mode?"
    To switch Full Screen Mode on and off, just press the F11 key...

    Of course, that won't necessarily map to the same effect for other applications(It'll be in the KDE settings), you'll have to experiment.

    BTW - If you're searching for articles related to your "Title Bar," in the Developer world that part of the window is called "The Chrome." Use that keyword and you'll have better chances finding what you're looking for.

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