Browsers without borders?

Date: 25 Mar, 2010
Posted by: admin
In: hints & tips|internet, web design & development|linux, open source & software

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How to remove title bars and borders from windows in KDE[4]; this gives a Chrome browser like appearance to Opera and maximises screen area for any application.

Turn off KDE title bar

Keyboard shortcut

Alt-F3, Advanced > No border. WIll remove the border and remove the titlebar from a KDE managed window.

Mouse

Or for those mouse bound the Alt-F3 window menu is accessible via right-click on either the title-bar of the window or on the application bar entry, or by left-click on the application icon in the titlebar.

Opera

File > Menu Bar to remove the menu bar and get this effect.

Opera 10 without borders in KDE4

Firefox

I installed the Compact Menu 2 button to remove the menu bar and give this effect.

Firefox 3 without border in KDE4

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