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javascript 32bit integer multiply simulation

I just want multiply int like 32bit integer with overflow. some article that is easy to like that with bitwise operation function add32bit( a, b ) { return (a+b)|0; } and like that. function ...
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JavaScript error on embedded Internet Explorer

I have a wallboard setup to display statistics in the office, however the widget that uses embedded Internet Explorer keeps coming up with a JavaScript error. The error can be closed without ...
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How I do to delete/unremember that a file was downloaded from the internet? [duplicate]

I saved a webpage with a associated JavaScript to the harddrive. Now IE wont let me run that JavaScript. Tried to set my security settings in the bottom on all zones and also set the "other settings" ...
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Access-Control-Allow-Origin '*' not allowed/working with Apache2

I'm trying to connect to hood.ie via Javascript: hoodie = new Hoodie('http://xxx.com:6001'); But then get an error: A wildcard '*' cannot be used in the 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header when ...
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What is Javascript? [on hold]

Javascript - an object-oriented computer programming language commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers. interactive - allowing a two-way flow of information between a computer ...
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This is the webpage the we're making at codecademy … how will I apply Javascript in here? [on hold]

I can't see any javascript work here, but JQuery does. http://i.imgur.com/XQa8rBY.jpg They say Javascript is a programming language of web ... so how will I use JS then?
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Is there any way to block javascript pop-overs in Firefox or Chrome? [duplicate]

Like the kind pointed to in this image Many sites have these, and I find them highly annoying. Often you'll be reading an article and suddenly the pop-over blanks out the page and asks "WOULDN'T YOU ...
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Hey, can u give a simple code that Javascript acts as client side on HTML? (just short code pls. I'm only beginner in JS)? [on hold]

can u give a simple code that Javascript acts as client side on HTML? (just short code pls. I'm only beginner in JS)?
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Pathogen - only some of vim plugins work

So recently I installed Pathogen along with a few plugins like NerdTree, and Solarized and they both work really well. Today I tried to install Ruby indentation plugin ...
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How this HTML with jQuery works for ECG analysis [closed]

I am thinking how this HTML with Javascript (jQuery and Google Ajax api) has been implemented with markings and mouse interaction for ECG image. Result Bottom Gif image jQuery <script ...
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How to correctly use javascript:alert(document.lastModified); to check a website last update?

I read many webpages. They said that I could use javascript:alert(document.lastModified); to find the last update of a site. I test at least 10 websites. Only the website that I made gives me the ...
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javascript not working in ie 10 (win7 - 64)

I have tried so many time to enable active scripting, but I cannot seem to get ie 10 (or 11 - i backed down to 10 as a wild stab at solution) to do anything with javascript. Firefox and Chrome both ...
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Detect whether Chrome is 32 bit or 64 bit, with javascript [migrated]

I have some javascript which will have different behaviour in chrome 32 bit and chrome 64 bit. When you go to the About page in chrome it has the version number, and then has "(64 bit)" afterwards if ...
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Why does the code below only open up the first URL [closed]

An individual gave me the code below to help with a question of mine. It seemed to work in a previous post but is not working for me. I want to verify that I put everything in the code correctly. ...
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How to open stubborn javascript links in a new tab or new window?

Some websites use "creative" (javascript?) hyperlinks which break browser functionality, such as the ability to ctrl+click or middle click links to open them in a new tab. A common example, taleo HR ...
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Why doesn't Javascript work in Internet Explorer?

I'm trying to use Internet Explorer to test a website, but scripts don't seem to be running. This seems like it's an issue on a lot of pages - for example, I tried going to the Acid3 page, and it said ...
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How can I add Delicious bookmarks in IE 10 desktop?

It is clear from the Delicious tools page that there is no add-on for internet explorer and it provides a bookmarklet. I managed to get this into the favourites list by editing an existing Favourite ...
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Why would a portion of a website work outside my LAN, and not inside it? [migrated]

So we have a website at work that no one inside the work LAN can use. Our customers can use it. I can use it if my phone is on LTE. I can't use it on WiFi, through an ethernet connection at work, or ...
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Chrome specific footer issues

Currently uploaded a site template at locustheband.com.au Upon tinkering I noticed that chrome does not display any footers, but mozilla, safari and internet explorer render it properly Any ideas on ...
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How to change syntax for a specific folder in Sublime Text 3

I write JS projects in ES5 and ES6. I installed Babel-Sublime for highlighting Babel supported code. Now, I open a .js file written in ES6, goto "View -> syntax -> Open all with current extension as : ...
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In Google Chrome, how can I get rid of the big gray box that displays “The server refused the connection.”?

I got sick of blocking sites such as facebook.com and facebook.net per browser, and decided to add them to my /etc/hosts file so the sites would be blocked entirely: 0.0.0.0 facebook.com facebook.net ...
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Disable “Prevent this page from creating additional dialogs” for certain websites as a user

Firefox has long had a feature to protect users from over-aggressive Javascript websites that would generate repeated pop-ups to trick or annoy visitors. Is there a way to disable this protection on ...
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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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How to run this javascript offline?

I'd like to have offline the functionality of this javascript: jspretty. I know that I can get the same online, but I want it offline. How can I run the js above?
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What are some ways to use my browser, Chrome, as a JavaScript interpreter?

I use an online interpreter. It's just right up there on my favorite's bar. Very convenient for me.... I'd like to see the error messages my browser will give me rather than the messages the ...
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How to alert if an unwanted Cookie was set on my own website?

My website needs 4 different cookies. From time to time an additional cookie appears (Update: for my domain!) that is not set through my PHP code. As I do not use external javascripts as long I'm ...
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What happens to a site that is NOT in trusted sites?

Anytime that I open a web app (uses javascript ESRI code) via window.showModalDialog I get the following error: Using window.open does not cause any issues. I have played around with privacy ...
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How to reload javascript modules for Firefox extension development?

Currently, when I develop a Firefox extension that uses JavaScript Modules (JSM), then I have to disable the extension -> restart Firefox -> enable the extension -> restart Firefox in order to execute ...
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Java Application Error while code signing for signing control in firefox

While code signing for Firefox crypto control, I was prompted with below error. Its a Java Script Application. psigntoolext_signArchiveFile(): xpsigntoolext_extractArchiveFile() failed - ex : ...
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Is python server side or client side? [closed]

I am debating on using python or work with JavaScript & PHP. Basically what I am trying to do is run an algorithm against some data pulled from my database. ( the algorithm can be very demanding ...
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web developing terminology (navigation) [closed]

Okay when programming a website you come across options like to use Ajax or not to use ajax. Ajax is the ability to load the result of a resource such as PHP without reloading the page. What is the ...
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Why is Chrome downloading javascript files?

I'm using Chrome 41.0.2272.101 with Ghostery and Adblock Plus. Often, when loading webpages, it downloads some files on its own. For example, in gmail.com it downloads a file named "hovercard", or in ...
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Do modern browsers automatically remove '..' from an URL?

I'm building a barebones server in Node. I have heard about 'Directory Traversal Attacks' where a user visiting the site can navigate to files stored on the server than aren't supposed to be served by ...
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How to prevent Fingerprinting via Font Enumeration

I don't mean using Noscript or just not installing fonts, I'm trying to find a way of outright denying Flash, Java, and JavaScript the ability to look at my fonts. I've checked the fonts folder and it ...
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Concatenation in JS functions [closed]

First question here. I am doing Codecademy's JS basics course and have run into a question concerning concatenation in functions. I have: var greeting = function(name){ console.log("Hello, "+"" ...
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Possible to get a virus from just visiting a website? [duplicate]

This has been something that has been on my mind for quite some time now. I have some experience with Javascript and know that it has a function that can store files on a user's computer. My question ...
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How can I use bookmarklets in IE11 that involve cross-site scripting?

I'm trying to use some bookmarklets that involve loading javascript from a trusted website. In particular, OpenSpritz and Squirt I have Squirt working in Chrome, but I use IE11 for the most part. ...
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Serviio and a javascript player

I'm trying to get Jplayer and the Serviio streaming service to work together. I have files of the following format: mp4, avi, mov, mpg, mpeg, wmv and needs to be played on Chrome, FF, Mobile, ...
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How to open JavaScript link in new tab

I’m stuck using a crappy website that is very dynamic and uses a lot of JavaScript, basically it has a table with many rows, each containing a link. Initially the rows are in a very poor order and I ...
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Optimizing JavaScript Files

When a JavaScript file is sent over an HTTP connection, the entire file is sent, and then the preprocessor on the clientside will deal with the rest? Therefore, would removing comments and whitespace ...
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How can I disable javascript popups/alerts in Chrome?

Sorry if it's been asked. I've already found several solutions that aren't working. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. I don't want to disable all javascript, only Javascript alert boxes. The ones that ...
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How to totally mute Firefox on OS X?

I sometimes listen to music while working/browsing, and the music is mastered with relatively low average loudness (high dynamic range), so any sound from webpage is like explosion. And there are 2 ...
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Bookmarklet to take current url as a parameter to other URL

I want to make a bookmarklet that takes a string from current URL of the browser and passes it as parameter of my specific URL and reload this new URL in browser. The string required is after "=" sign ...
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Greasemonkey script (or Firefox extension) to stop sites from disabling copy-paste?

Is there a GreaseMonkey script to disable the JavaScript-disabling of copy-paste in Firefox (3.0)? Or should I just run NoScript or some other extension on any site that attempts this (other things ...
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how to change the file download location of firefox using javascript

i need to export some files on local machine . so i need to choose some location to save files. Instead of that i need to exported file in certain location in my local machine automatically. Is it ...
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Thunderbird 31.0 running embedded JavaScript in email

I wish to disable support for JavaScript embedded in HTML-formatted emails in Thunderbird. What is the recommended way of doing this? In case no one else has this issue, I've been using Thunderbird ...
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How do I see all the errors in a JS file in one place?

Other than manually looking for the wavy underlines to see all possible errors in a file, is there a way to see all the possible Syntax, Spelling and Scope errors in one place? For example: those ...
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JavaScript injection script, how to remove?

today I started to notice a very strange behavior. At some intervals my web pages in Chrome browser changes its web address to some javascript code javascript:try{if(document.body.innerHTML){var ...
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How can I stop JavaScript from modifying the clipboard?

More and more I find that when I copy text from a news site, the site adds in its own advertising/footnote link to my clipboard, so that when I paste, the copied text is appended with something like: ...
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Microsoft JScript in Office 2013 compatibility

I just read the following article about InfoPath 2013 Development: Choosing a Programming Language: InfoPath provides the options to program by using four versions of the InfoPath object ...