Help get this topic noticed by sharing it on Twitter, Facebook, or email.
EMPLOYEE0If you are using Windows, hit F11 to maximize the browser pane. In Mac (and you can do this on Windows too), you can right-click in the toolbar area (anywhere except where bookmarks are sitting) and see a menu in which the displayed toolbars are shown with a check mark. Select any toolbar you want to hide in this right-click menu to hide it. You turn it on later in the same way.
One more option to do the same thing -- use the View menu -> toolbars, and deselect toolbars to hide them.
I hope this helps. Let me know if it wasn't what you were after.
@shacoca: I'll be honest: Toolbar prefs aren't really high on our to-do list. We've got a lot of work still to do to gain a foothold and while I do think that's a valuable feature, it's not going to differentiate Flock enough. I did a quick search and didn't find anything, but it might be worth some more digging on https://addons.mozilla.org - there are extensions for a great many things here.
@Eagle_Kiwi: Firefox doesn't do this and we're built off their code. Even if this is standard, we're unlikely to muck with Firefox's base code - this often creates issues with future versions of Firefox being integrated into Flock, so we only really do it when it's a big issue that's worth the headache.
Flock Community Ambassador
evan at flock dot com