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Update as of August 3, 2015, and if you are a windows user (xp, 7, 8, etc) In order to remove specific history of entries it can be done by pressing shift + delete when you highlighted that specific entry. Bonus point: You can also do that in Google Chromes urlsearch bar, it means that you it is not limited on facebook, gmail, etc email textbox. (See ...


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To really stop this behavior without breaking other JavaScript (i.e. removing keybinds but preserving other page functionality), you need to break the specific JavaScript calls that affect keybinds (and only them). The easiest way to do this is with GreaseMonkey and a pre-made script like this one: Disable website keyboard hooks.


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There is no version of Microsoft Edge that runs natively on Mac OS X. However, we do have some options in the works to help Mac users test their sites in MS Edge. We will provide pre-configured Windows 10 VMs that are ready to run and test Microsoft Edge. They will be available at: http://dev.modern.ie/tools/vms/mac/ within the next few days (as of ...


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Method one Follow method stated on Get started with Windows 10 on Microsoft.com: Enter "Hub" menu on top right - the three horizontal lines that looks a bit like a burger menu with the lettuce hanging out. Click the "Import favourites" blue text on top right which my mind could not see as it faded into the background as visual noise. Select "Internet ...


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From what I can tell, there is no standalone app that can be downloaded, it was coded within Windows 10. After all, it is not an exe file


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// ==UserScript== // @name My Fancy Scrollbar Userscript // @namespace http://your.homepage/ // @version 0.1 // @description enter something useful // @author You // @match http://*/* // @grant none // ==/UserScript== [].forEach.call(document.styleSheets, function(sheet) { for (var i = 0; i < sheet.rules.length; ...


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You don't need to edit the registry. Go to Control Panel -> All Control Panel Items -> Default Programs -> Associate a file type or protocol with a program. Below the list of extensions (including .htm and .html) you will see the protocols, and you can view or change the associated program. The protocol list includes HTTP, HTTPS and FTP. This applies to ...


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The registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\Associations\UrlAssociations\<protocol>\UserChoice\Progid where is http, https, mapi, ftp etc) You will see that in my case FirefoxURL is my default for HTTP making Firefox my default browser for HTTP. Other browser records include: FirefoxURL (Firefox) ChromeHTML (Chrome) ...


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I managed to dig a bit further, and found the following entries in the system.log: acwebsecagent[257]: Connection : Failed to connect to XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:80. Code : 60 Jul 29 12:53:47 zzzz.local acwebsecagent[257]: Connection : Caught exception. Code : 60 Jul 29 12:53:47 zzzz.local acwebsecagent[257]: Connection : Failed to connect externally. Code : 60 Jul ...


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I had the same trouble - reddit and some other sites suddenly became inaccessible. The provider confirmed there was no blocking business at their end. The solution was to change the DNS server settings to Google's public DNS: 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4. I tried this because there were some odd looking IP's in the service provider's DNS settings. See if it works - ...


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As almost every website uses cookies: probably yes. Like: in your first browser window(s) to the target website your browser will probably be sending the website's cookies to that site, and then suddenly the man in the middle sees traffic to the same website but without those cookies. (And after the first incognito request: with other cookie values for the ...


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Incognito mode IS browser specific by definition because the main purpose of it is to tell Google to not record which sites you've visited on their servers. The other functions can easily be done in other browsers using other means. MitM attacks still work just the same. This is confirmed on the Google support page for this feature, which states: Be ...


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Not in general. If they execute JavaScript, then they aren't strictly links. They cause browser to evaluate some code that does something and then requests browser to redirect you. In theory you could make an extension that will: Wait until page is loaded. For every "JS link" pretend that it's clicked Intercept redirection Rewrite original "JS link" to a ...


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here is what happened in my case.... Before i installed Apple quicktime and Itunes, ive never had this problem. While i had apple quicktime and itunes installed every browser ive used had the problem of freezing up or crashing when trying to save a file. (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer). since i've uninstalled apple quicktime, itune and all of it's ...


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Apparently a bug in version 44, seems to be fixed in the latest update. I'm now using 44.0.2403.107 and the problem seems to gone away. More information here: http://www.zdnet.com/article/brand-new-chrome-44-release-added-a-bug/


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Ctrl+Shift+T also works when multiple tabs have been closed.


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This seems to be an issue with Firefox, whereby it doesn't treat text/X (where X is unknown to it) as text/plain and forces you to either save the file or open it in something else. The Open in Browser extension partially solves this problem, by allowing you to choose to open any file with an unknown media type in the browser as something else (e.g., text, ...


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You may try this, to unset the HTTP_HTTPS header. if(!isset($_SERVER['HTTPS']) || $_SERVER['HTTPS'] != 'on') { unset($_SERVER['HTTP_HTTPS']); }


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It could be the site uses a single sign-on system like SAML or likewise. You'll have a cookie for the main authentication endpoint, but not the subdomain. When you press login you're redirected to the main authentication endpoint with the subdomain as a parameter to the request. The single sign-on system sees you're already authenticated and either sends you ...


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They usually use cookies in Log in system. Some sites provides you to push "submit" button but others make you log in automatically. Check the website cookie policy, there are the answer


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its more than just wocommerce, its all of wordpress that is going haywire causing bad css, images and etc. add this to near the top of your wp-config.php to remove it if($_SERVER['HTTP_HTTPS'] && !$_SERVER['HTTPS']) { unset($_SERVER['HTTP_HTTPS']); }


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This is a Duct Tape way of doing it. It isn't fancy or automated in the sense of how I understand you want to do it, however in the interim before someone gives you an actual answer, you can do this: Click and Drag the Link to the Dock Drop the Link onto the Chrome Icon URL opens in Chrome. If you were to click it instead, it would open in default ...


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Most likely those sites that you are having problems with are running server code that incorrectly interprets the HTTPS: 1 request header. For example the Wordpress WooCommerce plugin, which is running on about 900,000 sites, has buggy code that incorrectly handles the HTTPS: 1 header. See their latest patch document here: ...


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I noticed that this issue only occurs on Chrome when signed in to Bing or any of the Microsoft accounts. When I clear the cookies, It will load properly. Perhaps this is some sort of cookie issue.


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Adding to Toine42's answer, you can create a JavaScript bookmarklet to open a popup window of the current page: javascript:(function(){window.open(window.location.href,"Google","menubar=no,location=yes")}())


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A solution is to use the Web Console Menu (which is not user friendly) : Open the console menu with Ctrl+Shift+K Type in the following JavaScript line window.open("http://google.fr", "Google", "menubar=no, location=yes") and validate with Enter Please note that you may have to allow pop-up windows to see the new window. Additionally, you can tune the ...


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1-Install this addon: ssl-validation The addon will score the strength of the SSL connection and this: HTTPtoHTTPS 2-take a look for ssh_proxy :p


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You can read how it works here: How to turn off add-on updates. As for Firefox updates, in Options --> Advanced, if you have automatic updates checked, and also "Use a background service...", it will update without your knowledge unless you catch it in action. If you don't want that, then check "Check for updates, but let me choose whether to install ...


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The YouTube Flash Player extension for Firefox or Chrome will allow that. A very lightweight add-on that forces YouTube to play videos using Flash Player because it consumes less material resources (CPU, RAM) and offers more resolution choices than the HTML5 Player.


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Ok...I found my own issue with problematic pages needing a reload each time...started with the cables on our really old router. Three (3) cables/wire connections were loose. I made sure they had good connection by pushing and twisting the cable and other connections. No more problem.


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Assuming you are in a corporate environment and are willing to use Google Chrome, there is a feature called Legacy Browser Support (LBS). This uses group policy to force certain URLs to open in an alternate browser (such as IE). This is the LBS extension add-on store home page There is to much detail to add it all here so here are the linked pages: Step 1 ...


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Another option to change the icon of the file would be to go into your Control Panel > Programs > Default Programs. There will be an option in there for "Associate a file type or protocol with a program" - click this option which will move you to another screen. When the new screen opens, scroll down the list until you find the .htm and .html file ...


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Try using Default Programs to restore IE as default browser, reboot when done to be safe, launch Firefox and set it as the default browser when asked.


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ScreenTask [ Answer Source ], [ Official Github Page ] ScreenTask is an open-source screen sharing application that simplifies this task for users who just want to share their screens with others on their local network. As the sharing is done over local WiFi or LAN, it eliminates the need for cumbersome signups. Once the app is up and running, it provides ...


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It's a tricky one, but here is my take on it. If you use HTML presentation I assume you have some coding skills. If not, well, this will be a problem but you can probably hire a developer to have it up and running in few hours. I would install web server on your laptop and open port 80 (or 443 if you prefer) for HTTP (HTTPS). Next I would modify your ...


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I suggest you use proxy tunnel, VPN or tor browser. (tor use a secure network and Its browser is a firebox with some essential plugin like HTTPS Everywhere)


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Okay, I found a solution, but cannot say that is was obvious. Right-click on silverlight app, select "Silverlight" option in menu, you will enter into Microsoft Silverlight configuration, then Permissions tab, change denied on allowed. Screenshot is below, sorry for non-english language, cannot change it for this screenshot.


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If you login to Google Chrome using the same account on two computers, they will sync. If you do not want your work chrome to be synced to your home chrome, sign out (Head and shoulders icon next to minimize) of your work chrome and create a new account (Or don't login at all) at work. If you want to uninstall chrome entirely, use task manager ...


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Had a similar problem. All browsers but TOR were not working. Being an average Joe in terms of computing skills, i sifted aroung aimlessly and wihout luck until - Under system preferences/network, i deleted (using +/- sign) IPv4/v6 addresses that did not correspond to my MBP's. Do this for both connection type (wifi in my case) and the router. For each case, ...


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In practice, it's too hard to check every page's SSL status. SSLPersonas is a Firefox extension that shows you how secure a web page is in a very obvious way. It changes the Firefox theme according to the SSL status of a website.


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When using an unsecured network HTTPS offers no protection against a knowledgeable attacker, and especially for websites that use both HTTP and HTTPS. Here is one example : When you type facebook.com in the address bar, you are actually starting an HTTP connection. The site then redirects you to an HTTPS page. However, an attacker, who is suitably placed ...


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This is very possibly a dns issue? Torrent will be connected already so wont' be bothered by dns not working, but every request to connect to a website or ping a name eg ping google.comrequires a dns lookup. Try changing your DNS servers your machine uses in the properties of your network card. Details in link below. ...


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In uTorrent, press CTRL+P to open the Preferences dialog. Click on Bandwidth on the left sidebar. You should see three input boxes under Number of Connections. Try to halve the value in each. You may have to experiment with the values to strike the right balance. Also, it is advisable to limit the number of running torrents to keep uTorrent from saturating ...


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I cleared "browsing data" using above setting where all the checkboxes were selected and I got logged-out from all sites To prevent logout you have to keep cookies. How do I clear only cached files without removing browsing history and saved credentials? Select the checkboxes for only the type of information that you want to remove. Unselect the ...


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What is Hosted app data? Hosted app data refers to data from the apps you’ve added to Chrome from the Chrome Web Store. For example, the local storage used by Gmail Offline. What comes under Content licenses? This will prevent Flash Player from playing any previously viewed protected content, such as movies or music that you’ve purchased. ...


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This behavior is normal and safe. You are acessing your file system through the browser, as is the default behavior for browsers. You could do the same even if there were no server available on your machine. In the same way, accessing a web address through most file explorers will also work. What you experience is access that is not passign through the ...


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The list is stored as a JSON blog inside of a SQLite database. The database file can be found at: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Sync Data\SyncData.sqlite3 Inside that database, the row in the metas database where the non_unique_name is profile.content_settings.exceptions.javascript the specifics column contains the JSON payload.


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Baidu Browser (until end of 2014 formerly Spark; not to be confused with the other Browser called Spark) appears to be based on Chromium: It's based on the Chromium platform, which makes it speedy, lightweight and customizable. A quick search for error 137 suggests it is ERR_NAME_RESOLUTION_FAILED, with a plethora of potential fixes. Since I myself ...



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