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Is there anyway to make Firefox Personas cover window decorations? Chrome seems to be able to do this if you disable the GTK theme.

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Participation in AskUbuntu is sort of a given, as when questions are asked and answered then accepted. Your acceptance rate is literately ZERO! I might suspect our answers might not be good enough for the question. –  Ringtail Dec 15 '12 at 22:43
    
You're welcome to try. I am willing to go through my previous questions and learn to use the acceptance rate feature in return for an attempt, rather than commentary. Are you up for the challenge? –  Dean Howell Dec 16 '12 at 3:29
    
answered your challenge BTW I see you found your acceptance button –  Ringtail Dec 16 '12 at 14:33

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No, and it doesn't mean to do this. Chrome uses a hard-coded window decoration for it-self which is not rational in GNU/Linux world

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That's a shame, and pretty much validates my suspicions. Thanks. –  Dean Howell Dec 16 '12 at 4:15

It was a simple "un-decorate" right click to have the persona from top to bottom on my Firefox browser. This also had to be done with Chrome as well. I could not find a persona nor theme that would cover window decorations. Sorry Dean.

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