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Many thanks, Chris.
In general, the operating system does a very good job of fitting your applications to the screen, but if you really do want them identical, then you are going to have to reduce the resolution on your larger screen to match that of the smaller one, since I doubt you will be able to increase the resolution of the smaller one. To my mind, this would seem a waste of resolution.
Yes, indeed. A waste of room.
You could achieve the same effect by narrowing the size of your Firefox window on the larger screen a little, and it comes up at the same size it was at the last time when you re-start it.
Yes, but doing that would mean you somehow will lose the advantage of a bigger display (in this case, for Firefox). So, if that would happen automatically, if Firefox completely would use the (advantage of a) bigger screen and automatically would be adapted to the smaller display without undisplaying bookmarks which cannot be shown anymore on the smaller screen. I assume, what I mean will not be possible, is depending of the settings by each single program and one would have to adjust it for each single program.
Many thanks again.