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CLI tools/ways for dynamically constructed DOM structure parsing HTML Javascript

I'm planning to make a tool which recognizes HTML using DOM structure in CLI. As many sites produce many DOM elements using JavaScript these days, it's becoming difficult to extract information from ...
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login to phpmyadmin on suse 13.1 fails

' i try to login to PhpMyAdmin (on opensue 13.1 lamp) and get error: Login without a password is forbidden by configuration (see AllowNoPassword) What should i do for enter to phpMyAdmin without set ...
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Why is /usr/share/gnome-shell/js missing?

I'm trying to debug a gnome-shell extension, but I don't seem the have the folder /usr/share/gnome-shell/js. I'm on fedora 20 with gnome 3.12. I couldn't find it when I had gnome 3.10 either. Were the ...
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1answer
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Webkit browsers inconsistently load webpage images/resources

I've been having this issue for quite some time, where websites viewed through webkit-based browsers inconsistently load images. By inconsistent, I mean that on one trial run, an image, or several ...
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1answer
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How can I make my browser lie about my operating system?

I'm using Chromium (Version 30.0.1599.114 Ubuntu 12.10) under Linux. I'm trying to access a website that claims that it doesn't work under Linux. Of course, this is most likely crazy since the web is ...
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Is there a path from OpenSCAD to WebGL?

tl;dr version, Does a software path exist to convert from openscad input to render on a website via webgl? What I'm trying to do is display OpenSCAD created designs uploaded via post on a LEMPy ...
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Command line browser with js support

Does anybody know good command line browser with js support? Ideally I need following ability: some-browser http://example.com > ~/page.html It means that cli browser download html, execute js ...
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How can I automatically lock the screen when idle in CentOS?

How can I automatically lock the screen when idle in CentOS? I would like it so that a user has to re-enter their password once the machine has been idle for a period of time. If there is no option ...
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Why does editing javascript in Chrome Developer Tools not work?

I have Google Chrome 13.0.782.220 on my Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (64-bit). I try to edit a JavaScript code from an external JS file in the Chrome Developer Tools Scripts pane by double-clicking on the ...
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Looking for a great Linux code editor that has auto-indent AND auto-outdent

I code primarily in jQuery/JavaScript, and I'm looking for a text editor for Linux that has auto-indent and auto-outdent (seems to be tough to find that). Any suggestions? I've checked Gedit, Cream, ...
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3answers
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Linux distro with pure HTML interface

I'm looking for an existing linux distro with a pure HTML(5) client interface. Sort of like m0n0wall, but then featuring all functionality a modern OS includes, implemented in HTML/Javascript/CSS. ...
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Is there some text mode browser that supports at least basic javascript?

I looked at links2 and elinks - neither one seems to even support a simple javascript redirect on a site. Any ideas? Is there some sort of text mode for some opensource browser e.g. Firefox that I ...
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Firefox: Is it possible to disable exit alerts?

Sometimes the website will show an alert box akin to "Are you sure you want to leave?" when you try to leave the site. Is it possible to disable this from happening, without using something like the ...
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1answer
578 views

Extremely Slow Javascript Performance Across Multiple Browsers

I am experiencing extremely slow Javascript performance under CentOS across all browsers I have tried. It is to the point that for sites that make heavy use of javascript (such as this one) that my ...
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2answers
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Linux: Are there any Desktop Widget engines that runs html/css/javascript? [closed]

I'm looking for a Desktop widget engine for linux that lets me program widgets using html, css, and javascript Any suggestions? Also comment if you have win/osx tips :)