We have moved from Internet Explorer (my internal codename Exploder) to Firefox within our company.
For some reason, with relative frequency, I get the very informative call from a user, "I can't see anything except [description of browser inserted here]." I usually interrupt their description of the problem with, "Press F11." This turns into a "Huh? No, you don't understand what I am telling you. I can't see anything except [insert browser description here]."
It is a feature I haven't found of a useful nature, nor has anyone I have ever worked with. Typically it just results in confusion.
Is there anyway to permanently disable the Full-Screen capability of Firefox? Either that or map the keypress to something a little more innocuous such as CTRL-F11? Registry settings, Firefox configuration settings, etc are accepted. The only thing I don't want to have to do is install an addon, although this problem happens often enough that I may even think of that as well.
I've done searches on the web, but unfortunately everything is the simple answer that I have used, "Press F11."
It is the little things that drive you nuts and take time away from your day. This may take the cake for the most simple-minded question on here, but definitely a useful solution and a time saver for some. ;)
Thanks in advance