A large number of developers prefer to use a vertically-oriented monitor, as it provides a more efficient way to read code. However, as demonstrated in the first screenshot, the Firefox developer tools appear cluttered and disorganized when displayed in this orientation, especially when the three-panel layout is enabled. This makes the user interface difficult to use effectively. In the second screenshot, even with the right sidebar minimized as much as possible by default, a significant amount of screen real estate remains underutilized, resulting in a subpar user experience.
The question arises as to how this issue can be resolved? Here are some suggestions for how the Firefox development team could improve the user interface of their developer tools when used with a vertically-oriented monitor:
By implementing these changes, the Firefox development team can significantly enhance the usability of their developer tools for users with vertically-oriented monitors, providing a more efficient and enjoyable experience.