Joined: July 2004
||Posted: July 03 2007,14:12
For all of Firefox's features, it's funny that some things many people would think are fundamental have been completely ignored.
Tiling window managers such as dwm, wmii, and ratpoison run applications fullscreen by default. This doesn't include hiding the menubar/statusbar in Firefox, but that can be accomplished with firefox preferences. I've been using dwm for a while and really like it. The most recent release added the ability to hide its statusbar, so now it can be 100% unseen...no borders, no buttons, nothing but the applications running on top of it.
Dillo is a little easier to start at the size of your desktop, but again there is a problem with making it immobile unless you are using a window manager that doesn't float windows.