I go into Full Screen using Ctrl-Cmd-F, the standard Apple shortcut for entering Full Screen, the sidebar is certainly there as are the traffic-light buttons for close, minimise and maximise (to Full Screen).
But there is another shortcut, Shift-Cmd-F, which hides the tabs and the sidebar.
The "maximise" green button switched to Apple's full-screen with no menu-bar several versions of the operating system ago ... somewhere around 10.11; prior to that version, the maximise button expanded the window, to the whole screen but with the menu-bar in place. To replicate that with any of the recent iterations of the OS, you have to hold down the Alt key as you click the button.
I have no idea why Apple made that change.
I too am annoyed by this. The "show sidebar" action shouldn't effect the dial page. The sidebar should be fixed on the dial page. I personally think, that this is an unintentional mistake, because otherwise it wouldn't make any logical sense.
Yeah! Are you just putting up with it, or did it resolve on its own? It's just annoying when I forget, accidentally drag the tabs out and all these mini images are blocking my screen. Then having to quit the app all together after that, it's a mess lol.
Worse still, the text and the background are in low contrast, so the text is hard to read. These developers cannot even be bothered to change the text colour when one changes the theme between light and dark.
Just updated today to version 60 (60.0.3255.83) from previous major version (certainly 58).
And since I cannot access to my web servers using self-signed certificates, even after adding/trusting the certificates in the MacOS Keychains.
I can understand that self-signed certificates can be dangerous but if user add them in the Keychain of MacOS and set them as trusted, why the access is still blocked ?
Had to use Firefox to access my sites.