With the version Firefox 109 release, you added this new button without the option to change its position or move into the overflow area. Please let use move it. I can remove/hide almost every other UI element in the browser, why not this?
Relocating (or even hiding the Extensions Icon) still doesn't fix the BROKEN Overflow Menu.
Yes I'm spoiled in that I only cared about the fact that they made a UI element I didn't use mandatory, rather than how the overflow menu worked. But whether it be in the overflow/removed/something else, I've still never found anyone making a rational case about why the icon has to sit there while no plugin is active or in a state that needs to be communicated vitally to the user, in all the marketing about the change. Much less anyone addressing the challenges being put about holes in the case for making it mandatory. Its a fine place for the default fresh install, familiar to users of other browsers etc, but let it be removed please? It's not doing anything in my setup other than taking up space 99.9999 percent of the time, and if there's an emergency then show it at that time and not before? I've found my way to live with it by sticking it over by the UI back/forwards buttons that i use only slightly more frequently, but that doesn't mean it's fixed, at all.
Firefox developers: Please enable
Users: I moved my favorite extension icons back onto the toolbar. Here's how:
Developers: I want to hide the Extensions button because of its poor UI:
Developers, thanks for your other excellent work on Firefox, which I've used for decades. Much appreciated.
I'll give firefox one last update to allow users to move it off toolbar or hide it again. I will uninstal firefox browser from all my devices if they don't correct this on the next update. If they ever needlessly force anything onme again... I'm gone immediately next time. Such a waste of my time. So infuriating!
It seems they dont even read a thing, this post was from Januari 2023
i also hate the fact the buttons are below, its confusing, everytime i want to do sometime my mind is looking on top.
Oh, they read it, they just don't give a c(ar)p. I really REALLY think Mozilla must have been taken over by the GNOME Project, they're exhibiting the very same sort of user-hostility.
@SenileOtaku lol I totally agree with you on that one.