To all the more knowledgeable Linux users, (Log in to hide this advertisement) Is anyone using a computer with a non-standard monitor size to surf the net? My laptop is a Hewlett Packard Compaq NC-6220, with a 14.1" screen, which is squatter and closer to square than most PC screens. Using Ubuntu 14.04 most of the programs I use adjust themselves automatically to the smaller screen width, but Mozilla Firefox doesn't, meaning that on many websites (but not this one, thankfully) I visit I have to keep scrolling left and right to see the screen in its entirety. This is still so even when I zoom out to make the font smaller - on sites like facebook and gmail there are still buttons and links that are too far to the right for me to access without the continual scrolling. Does anyone have a method for changing the preferences on Firefox so that it will display websites in a way tailored to a differently shaped monitor?