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Use Tinychat To Add A Group Video Chat Toolbar on Your Website

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could video chat with a friend or get support for a problem on a website, without the need to type in lengthy emails or messages. Tinychat was launched just to do that. This is not a new service, but it has been seen creating a buzz among a lot of websites, specially those of companies, celebrities and well, anyone who wants to add IM, Voice and Video chat to his/her website.

Tinychat is mainly known for it’s video chat and is used by almost 8 million users worldwide and like the Wibiya toolbar even this provides an option for a website owner to add video conferencing toolbar to their websites.

Recently, Tinychat added a new feature that lets publishers and webmaster to integrate this amazing toolbar on their websites without any hassles. Very easy customization and settings that can be completed in minutes and the toolbar can be used on the website for IM’s, Voice and Video conferencing. To sign in to the chat, you can either use your Facebook Id or Twitter Id. A publisher has to first register at Tinychat to be able to add the toolbar onto your website, and can use his/her Facebook Id here too.

If you would like to add the Tinychat Toolbar to your website, then register at Tinychat and get your toolbar custom embed code from over here.

[ Source: Tinychat ]

How to Hide Toolbar in Mozilla Firefox

Using a web browser such as Mozilla Firefox in full screen mode is quite commonplace these days. Usually this is achieved by pressing the F11 key on the keyboard and once in the full screen mode, the address bar and the status bar auto hide giving more screen space. One has to hover the mouse on the top and bottom area of the screen to see the hidden address and status bars respectively.

Some users don’t like the idea that the auto-hiding of toolbar takes place while in full screen mode so this guide will tell you how to disable the auto-hide of toolbars in full screen mode:

Method 1:

Step 1: Launch Firefox and in the address bar (where you enter website URLs) write about:config and press Enter.


Step 2:

Click on the I’ll be careful, I promise! button to proceed.


Step 3:

Type animate in the Filter box and look for following integer key:



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Step 4: The entry would be set to value True by default. Double click the entry to set it to False.

Method 2:

Step 1: Launch the Firefox browser and press F11 to enter into full screen mode.

Step 2: Move the cursor on top of screen to bring back the toolbars.

Step 3: Right-click on the navigation toolbar and uncheck Hide Toolbars option.


I hope this tutorial will be handy for Firefox users who are trying to hide toolbar.