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ccMixter is a place where artists upload, build on, sample and remix music using the easy-to-understand "Creative Commons" licensing system. dig.ccMixter lets video producers browse through ready-to-use music by tag (so you can look for just "instrumental" or "rock" or "piano" or whatever suits your video). The "Creative Commons" licensing system means you ...


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You might find something suitable in the Internet Archive, which is "a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, and more." It is located at archive.org.


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There are many people who generously donate their time and money to creating music that they provide royalty free. (See list below) You do not have to pay any money to use these tracks, but you do have to provide attribution in the content you create. For example on YouTube, you would put: Music: www.freemusicsite.com Here is a list of three sites I ...


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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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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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Here is one solution using PHP: <?php $prepend="http://example.com/path/to/resources/"; $files=glob("*.txt"); if(count($files)>0) { echo "<ul>\n"; foreach($files as $file) echo "\t<li><a href=$prepend$file>$file</a>\n"; echo "</ul>\n"; } else echo "<p>There are no items to display.</p>\n"; ...


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Just go to "Print" (Ctrl+P on most OSes) and chose "print to PDF". At least on my Linix here I could do this ootb. On Windows you might need a PDF-Printer.


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If you already have all the HTML, you can use wkhtmltopdf. There is also a way to batch convert, that sounds like what you're after. It should work on other systems even though the link says Mac OS X. You may want to change some of the options, so check out the documentation.


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I was having this issue with vBulletin websites about a decade ago. It seems that one of the hops in my ISP at the time would crash on a specially-crafted page, typical of vBulletin replies. After changing ISPs for unrelated reasons the issue was resolved. If your ISP is using the same networking equipment as my old ISP, then you might have the same issue. ...


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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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I suggest you to read the FAQ Here is a quote from WinHTTrack website: Question: Some sites are captured very well, other aren't. Why? Answer: There are several reasons (and solutions) for a mirror to fail. Reading the log files (ans this FAQ!) is generally a VERY good idea to figure out what occured. Links within the site refers to ...


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At the end of each page, there's a language switcher, which I suppose is actually "Deutschland (Deutsch)" for you. If you set it to "United States (English)", it will never bother you again.


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I was able to workaround the problem by using a different browser (Internet Explorer instead of Chrome). However, if you face the same problem, fixer1234 and DavidPostill suggestion from the comments above is to delete the browsing cache or delete the microsoft-related cookies and that would probably work for you.



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