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I suggest using the MHT file format, which saves the HTML, CSS, images, etc. in a single file. The UnMHT Firefox plugin adds MHT support to Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/ca/firefox/addon/unmht/


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You can use wget. if you don't know where the file is you can grab the whole page using wget -r --no-parent https://basinilya.googlecode.com/svn/wiki/save/a.html modify if you know the path to the image Yu can also use http://www.httrack.com/


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Install the Pendule plugin by downloading from that location and then going to the extensions page (chrome://extensions) and dragging pendule-0.0.3.crx onto the page, and click the "Add" button when prompted.


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For "%systemroot%/system32/appwiz.cpl" this is possible by using Internet Explorer and when you get the download dialouge, just select open. For other browsers you will have to type "file:///C:/Windows/System32/appwiz.cpl" and select "Open" in the download dialogue. Tested and confirmed working on XP and Win 8 with Chrome and IE


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You can now turn this behavior off in Firefox. In the url bar, type: about:config and press enter in the search box type: dom.event.clipboardevents.enabled You should now see dom.event.clipboardevents.enabled in the search results section. Double click on it to toggle its value to false. Done.


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One very easy way to do this, which unfortunately costs money, is to use a commercial VPN service. This will tunnel your traffic from your PC to a different entry point on the Internet, with a different IP address. I have used www.strongvpn.com for this purpose and it suited my needs well. You can get an account for less than $5/month. There are many other ...


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For Firefox you could try redirector: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/redirector/


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You can try dns-overrider Chrome extension. DNS Overrider allows you to replace a current hostname with an alias. Hostnames will be changed in tags like , , . Only hostnames with a specified alias will be replaced. Using DNS Overrider you can replace hostname on the fly without access to system settings such as hosts file. DNS Overrider enables you ...


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Use PSR tool from Windows and record the steps. (Win+R ->> PSR) Then open .mht file in browser. So either copy images from browser or take screen shot of that page.


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Install Omnibox add-on in Mozilla. It's very easy and works same as in Chrome.


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Completely disabling Cleartype will make the fonts look even more ugly. The hinting settings must be altered. On my monitor, the Windows 7 screenshot looks better. Anyway, here is the difference: The above text is the Linux variant with antialiasing enabled and full hinting. The lower sample is the Windows variant. You can set that in Linux as ...


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Try this: Hit Start Type "cleartype" into the search Open the first result. Here you can de-/actviate ClearType. Try if it's better with/without.


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Did you check your pc with any anti-malware and/or anti-spyware and/or adware tracker?


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You can select multiple tabs by holding down Ctrl (in OS X: Cmd) and clicking on multiple tabs. If you want to select all of the tabs click on the first tab, hold down shift, then click on the last tab. Now that you've selected the tabs, right click on the tab and click reload.


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Tom's Hardware has a fairly thorough analysis of this. I'll reproduce a graph from the site below: In general, it does depend on the browser but Firefox usually comes on top for a huge number of tabs. Since Chrome uses a separate process for each tab, much of the code and information is duplicated between each process, leading to higher memory usage in ...


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Plain HTTP cookies are specific to a browser. But there are other technologies that can achieve similar functionality as cookies. Techniques called "supercookie" or "zombie cookie" can be used to restore cookies after user deleted them. This often uses Flash or other plugin storage. Now if this storage can be shared across browsers, the mechanism will ...


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Cookies are per-browser, but plugins (such as Flash) have their own storage and can be used to share information between browsers. Nowadays I believe Chrome has its own sandboxed Flash, so it's possible that this also has its own storage. That being said, browsers in theory can generally read each others cookies, as cookies are nothing more than files on ...


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Absolutely not, cookies are an application level not OS-level feature. There is also no facility for a webpage to access cookies other than for their explicit domain in the current browser, in the same way there is no functionality for a webpage to access any files on a user's machine unless given explicit permission (eg. a file upload).


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If you are the account holder for your internet provider, some companies provide a service whereby they can track all of the addresses accessed by the various ips on your network.


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If you are using gmail, you need to install the service handlers. this will make the browser the default for email.


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I'm not sure if this would work in Linux (as they are Windows applications, they could be run under Wine) but BrowsingHistoryView, by NirSoft, should do the trick. The following are the relevant properties of the software: Reads the history data of 4 different Web browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari) and displays ...


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If you generate self sign certificate then the browser will not recognize it as a trusted certificate. You have to get your certificate from trusted CA or from its reseller and you need to follow online procedure for certificate generation. Certificate issued by Certificate Authority will be recognized by 99.9% browsers including chrome, Firefox etc. You do ...


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At the bottom right of the Google home page, there is a link "Use Google.com". On clicking that, you subsequent searches will happen from Google.com. It may be possible that the Spanish setting has been set for your Google Account and as you are signed in to your Google Account on both your mobile device & desktop browser, you're seeing searches getting ...


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Maybe not a complete solution, but if you go into Settings and change your omnibox search engine to something that's not Google, then the new tab page will only show recently visited pages (no huge Google logo and whatnot). You can still set your homepage to Google for quicker access to searches, but for most of my omnibox searches, Bing works acceptably. If ...


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Problem solved: I enabled something like common HTTP settings under the enable/disable Windows features menu and the problem disappeared. (Not correct translations)


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Use jQuerry's tabby! Supports select row and press tab odr SHIFT TAB http://www.herby.sk/trapped/bower_components/jquery-tabby/textarea.mirror.html


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Looks like your IE is broken from the shdocvw.dll error reported by NotePad. You can reinstall the current Windows service pack or upgrade your IE version to get IE-related files to a good state. Suggested reading: How to repair or reinstall Internet Explorer in Windows


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for firefox use firefox.exe -chrome http://example.com Works like a charm but it is not a documented command line option. Note: the size of the window is calculated based on the size of the body, make sure you specify the necessary window size in html.


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From the message "The Ordinal 325 could not be located in the dynamic link library SHDOCVW.dll", it is possible that this DLL is corrupted, so maybe other system DLLs as well. Try sfc /scannow to see if it finds anything. If it does, you will need an XP SP3 boot CD to correct the errors.


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Just like the answers in the link you provided, Ctrl + C should work. Just click on the popup and Press Ctrl + C, the text would be copied into your clipboard.


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Akamai does not work this way. Different CDNs work differently, but Akamai specifically does not do anycast for their web servers. When a user in NY wants www.acme.com, acme.com's name server redirects ("delegates") to an Akamai name server. The Akamai name server sees where the machine that is asking the question located (based on its IP address) and ...


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have you tried either of the following: Revert IE to an older version and then upgrade again run sfc /scannow These seem to be the top 2 solutions I can find on technet:


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i search via google and get the impressesion that message could be caused by a another third party addon. If you look at this site: there are some hints. My advice. Try to deactivate all other plugins in chrome and let only SplitScreen enabled. Restart chrome. Try again. If its working than, try to activate step by step the other addons to identify the ...


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If you're technically savvy and using a version of Windows that supports the Group Policy Editor, you can download and install Google's Chrome GPO template from here. It has white-listing, blacklisting and many more Chrome lockdown capabilities. Another solution is to use 3rd party software. The most robust but simple solution we've worked with for Chrome is ...


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You ask why. I've added my answer to that below. But, your question also asks how to fix it. However, you didn't provide enough information in your post for me to tell if this question refers to an application you have written/support. If that is the case and you do own the code. I offer you a possible solution A possible fix Convert your html to .chm ...


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NTLMv1 authentication has been disabled by default in Firefox 30. To enable, the pref network.negotiate-auth.allow-insecure-ntlm-v1 needs to be set to True. See: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Firefox/Releases/30/Site_Compatibility (down the page under "Security").


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I set: network.negotiate-auth.allow-insecure-ntlm-v1 to true and now I am getting the prompts again.


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I second the other answer's recommendation for Fiddler. Additionally, many browsers have "live HTTP header" plugins and other web development tools. Installing these will let you see all requests, often in a nice summary form. Search your browser's plugin repository for "live HTTP headers" (link goes to Chrome plugin - here is Firefox, here is one for IE). ...


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Fiddler Fiddler is a free web debugging proxy which logs all HTTP(s) traffic between your computer and the Internet. Use it to debug traffic from virtually any application that supports a proxy like IE, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera and more.


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Use Firefox with DownThemAll! extension. Open that webpage then right-click anywhere on it and select DownThemAll! Here is what you will see: As you can see all the images have been selected automatically based on the filter. Don't go to Pictures and Media tab because there you will have only thumbnails.


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I think you are looking for this addon basic shortcuts. shift-control-s: search google for selected text shift-control-m: mail current url


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There is a Firefox/Chrome add-on called I don't care about cookies that will help you to remove these warnings from many thousands of, as it says, "infected" websites :)


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Simple Uninstall and Reinstall Chrome - if that doesn't fix it Optimize your computer i use the following process go to msconfig utility (only if you know how to do this) and uncheck all unnecessary startup items from the list if you unsure, leave them checked don't touch anything that has system32 in the file path then remove all Unused Programs from ...


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Firefox provides feature Responsive Design View to view how websites look on different screen sized devices such as mobile phone and tablets. Check on Firefox developers guide Responsive Design View To activate Resposive Design View use Ctrl+Shift+M


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If you have already confirmed that you had "a few malware" on your machine, then I'd highly recommend simply re-installing your OS. The time you're going to have to spend trying to correct all the devious things the malware might have done, will very quickly be outweighed by the couple of hours it takes to start over from scratch. Also, there's the risk ...


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Firefox cannot easily do this without using a plugin of some sort such as Firebug. If you're not tied to Firefox, this is very easily done in Chrome using the built in Developer Tools. They include an Emulator tab which allows you to select a device (mobile or tablet) to emulate. It's not a perfect representation, but it will make the website believe you ...


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This depends entirely on how you have separated your desktop content from mobile content on the server-side. Are you using www.example.com and mobile.example.com? Are you using media queries within your CSS? Are you simply loading style.css and mobile.style.css conditionally?


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You could try running Firefox in Safe-Mode to see if it helps you troubleshoot the issue. Otherwise, I would take a look at your Preferences -> Security -> Saved Passwords. You might want to try deleting the intranet site if it is saved there.


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I'm guessing you would like to see the RAW data (html code) that is copied to the clipboard in a scenario like this: You copy some block of text from a website When you paste into 'Word' it pastes it as rich text (colors, URLs, etc) I cannot think of way to do this natively, though someone might be able to correct me. You could try 'Clipboard Viewer' ...



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