Cannot get rid of the site title bar

I have an issue with the display of the title bar with the dashboard.
Somehow it will not disappear even if the 'Site Options' are set to hide the title bar.
The problem is only on my Raspberry Pi, my windows machine does not have this problem.
Details of the fresh install below:
Raspberry Pi 4, 8G
Bullseye OS (Unsure if this is supported and causes the issue)
Installed Node-Red via the recommended script, without raspberry options.
Installed latest node-red-dashboard (V3.1.5)

Images below:


Test code below:

        "id": "a4a8f4c04dfd284f",
        "type": "tab",
        "label": "Flow 1",
        "disabled": false,
        "info": "",
        "env": []
        "id": "c1004d735dbf6fc1",
        "type": "ui_tab",
        "name": "This will not go away",
        "icon": "dashboard",
        "disabled": false,
        "hidden": false
        "id": "379c0969fbcc45a1",
        "type": "ui_group",
        "name": "This will go away",
        "tab": "c1004d735dbf6fc1",
        "order": 1,
        "disp": false,
        "width": "35",
        "collapse": false,
        "className": ""
        "id": "c10f3f6e59acc9ff",
        "type": "ui_text",
        "z": "a4a8f4c04dfd284f",
        "group": "379c0969fbcc45a1",
        "order": 0,
        "width": 0,
        "height": 0,
        "name": "",
        "label": "text",
        "format": "This is a test",
        "layout": "row-spread",
        "className": "",
        "x": 190,
        "y": 100,
        "wires": []

UI output:

I did inspect it and changing main.hideToolbar !== false did not change anything.
What I am looking at might be wrong, as I am fairly green with CSS and HTML

Anybody else has this issue? It is doing my head in :frowning:



Rolled back to Buster and all good.
@dceejay something to look into when you have time in your busy schedule

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It's working fine for me on a Pi4 2Gb Bullseye
Step 1: stop/start NR then clear the browsers cache and try again. If that doesn't work could you open a terminal window and enter
cd $HOME/.node-red/node_modules
npm list --depth=0
and copy/paste the results into a reply. This will get a list of all the nodes/versions you have installed. I'm wondering if there might be a conflict

[EDIT: ahhh didn't get to you in time but if you hit it again let us know]


Thanks for your comment,

I have another Pi here that I have not downgraded, will give it a try.
One of my engineers did inform me that Bullseye is still 'buggy' and other non node-red packages are experiencing issues similar like this.
For now, my commercial project is working, so that is good. I will test so others can have less pain when experiencing similar issues (and kill a weekend)

Thanks again for your input Zeno


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