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Old July 13th, 2010, 03:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When I am surfing the internet on my EVO, the URL address bar at the top blocks the ability to see or use some of the site features that are at the top.
For instance, when I go to Google, the URL address bar is in the way and blocks where the choices are for "images", ", Videos", "Maps", etc... when in mobile view.

Is there any way to move it, or hide it? I looked in settings, and I did a search here also...

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Old July 13th, 2010, 03:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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on dolphin hd you can select fullscreen, it hide's the address bar, dont know on the stock browser
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The address bar should hide itself when the page is fully loaded, does on mine at least.
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Yeah, it does on mine also, but some pages are taking a looooooong time to load and it's in the way. Google gets stuck occasionally and I'd like a way to bull past that.
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if you feel enough has loaded for you to see hit the x (stop) on the right of the bar. it will then hide itself.

or like the other guy said, it auto hides when the page is fully loaded.
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I restored my Internet back to default settings as I was having some slowness, and now my address bar does not auto hide. Were you able to get yours to auto hide?
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same here
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I just realized that it appears the address bar does not auto hide as it is always at the top of the browser if you scroll up.
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