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Description of the issue: Changing the setting for “enable bottom toolbar” does not work on the mobile app. My device is Android 14 (UP1A.231105.001, November 5th 2023 security update version) on a Google Pixel 4a 5g.
How can this issue be reproduced?
- Toggle the “Enable bottom toolbar” setting in the app’s appearence settings.
- Restart the app.
- Observe that the tooobar does not move to the bottom like it should.
Expected result: Toolbar should move to the bottom.
Brave Version( check
About Brave): Brave 1.61.116, Chromium 120.0.6099.217
Mobile Device details Google Pixel 4a 5g, Android 14; Build/UP1A.231105.001
I see no one has replied, and tatthis thread will likely be closed in 30 days with no fix. Pretty dissapointing for a for-profit company. Mobile browsers need more market competiion.
I am using Android 14. I use bottom tool bar. Can you post your screenshot?
Brave’s bottom tool bar contains only these: home icon, bookmark icon, search icon, tab numbers, three dots.
The address bar still stays top.
Are you referring to address bar? That always stays top.
Hello, I actually realized that I was confused about what “toolbar” meant. I thought it meant the search bar where you enter urls. I didn’t realize it was just the settings and bookmark etc tools that moved to the bottom. I was expecting the search bar to go to the bottom like Safari and Firefox do.
Firefox has address bar at bottom. In brave it stays top. I guess as per appearance brave inherit features from chromium. Then add its filters on top of it to make it more private. You can add this as a feature request if you wish.
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