Last but not least, Mozilla Firefox gives users the option to turn off the automatic display of the download panel once they begin an install. Here's how to do that without having to delve into the about:config interface.
Mozilla made major changes to the downloading behaviour with the release of Firefox 98. Firefox no longer saves downloads by default to the temporary folder and now displays a download panel pop-up for each installation, to name a handful of changes. Here, we've discussed how to reverse download panel adjustments.
Although it is possible to prevent download panel visibility from being permanent by altering the about:config pref, the user will not find this method to be simple and intuitive to use. Following customer complaints and feedback, the business considered including a UI option in the download panel's right context menu. Firefox 102 has now been used to accomplish this.
The downloads button is hidden by default in Firefox unless you have already downloaded something; to make it always visible, right-click on the button and deselect "Hide button if Empty."
Here's how to disable download panel automatic opening in Firefox. Now you've all the necessary information. For better understanding read this topic thoroughly.