This is a handy browsing trick I just learned about recently. Usually in my Firefox browser, I have the menu bar hidden, to save on screen real estate. However, there comes a time (every so often) when I need to get it back. Rather than un-hiding it, getting what I need, then hiding it again – I have found a much quicker way to bring the menu bar back for just a minute.
Let me start first with the steps you will need to take to hide the menu bar in the first place. You will want to right-click on the navigation toolbar, then uncheck the menu bar.
Menu Bar Recovery Secret
Now that the menu bar is out of the way, I can share with you my resent keyboard shortcut I found. To pull the menu bar back up for a few seconds, all you have to do is hit the Alt key on the keyboard. To hide it again, click anywhere else on the screen.
There you have it. Now you can hide your menu bar and bring it back whenever you need it. Have another interface tweaking tip to share?