How to Hide Firefox’s New “Saved to Library” Confirmation Popup

…and another quick userChrome.css hack, since I wasn’t able to use the Browser Toolbox to figure it out and had to be told on Bugzilla… Removing the “Saved to Library!” confirmation popup that now appears when you add a bookmark.

(In case, like me, you find it excessive and distracting, having already built a habit of watching the star icon fill in.)

/* Hide "Saved to Library!" bookmark confirmation popup */
#confirmation-hint { display: none !important; }

Thanks to Gingerbread Man on Bugzilla for tracking it down.

CC BY-SA 4.0 How to Hide Firefox’s New “Saved to Library” Confirmation Popup by Stephan Sokolow is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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1 Response to How to Hide Firefox’s New “Saved to Library” Confirmation Popup

  1. Jgr9 says:

    Thank you.

    Actually, with a lot of trouble, I have my userchrome custom personalized to look really close to how it did back in 3.0 still. And Tabs Below the url bar and bookmark bar forever!

    Though I wonder if the scaling for for Youtube’s new video player is still too aggressive like the previous one. Re-enabling or adding what used to be the add-on bar at the bottom (just for aesthetics) would shrink Youtube’s video player down a stage unnecessarily at my page scaling and resolution. But what I found last time I tried (with their previous video player), it looked like it wasn’t possible to add a nice bar at the bottom in Firefox anymore. But I’m a novice at userchrome.

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