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  • I'm a Front end developer working on Mozilla Thunderbird.
    • I'm a theme peer for Thunderbird. That means I make things look nice and do UX-related stuff.
    • In addition, I work(ed) on many of the Cocoa-based components of the Mozilla Gecko back end.

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Jun
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answered Thunderbird: Adding new message recipient with the keyboard
Jun
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comment Thunderbird: Adding new message recipient with the keyboard
I don't understand, just hit <enter>, TB will add the row for you. Does that not work?
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awarded  Famous Question
Feb
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comment What's the difference between an application, a process and a service?
Well, I assumed we were referring to software based things here, which seems safe to me. In addition, I clearly mentioned a service is designed to not have any user interaction. Therefore I don't understand your point.
Nov
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comment Sync Bookmarks, passwords in Firefox using Firefox Sync
Any changes made on any devices with a Firefox Sync account will automatically update. However this doesn't always happen instantaneously. If it's not happening after about an hour, then you are hitting a different issue.
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accepted Installing Chromium OS on USB throws error
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Apr
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comment Running unidentified developer Applications as a Non-administrator
Perhaps see this: developer.apple.com/library/mac/#documentation/Security/…
Apr
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comment Running unidentified developer Applications as a Non-administrator
No, the app is signed by the developer when you have the source available. I do not believe it is possible to "self-sign" things, but there might be something on Stackoverflow about that.
Apr
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comment Running unidentified developer Applications as a Non-administrator
I don't believe there is anything you can do about it. But perhaps I am wrong.
Apr
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comment Running unidentified developer Applications as a Non-administrator
There are definitely many legit applications that simply don't bother to pay the $100 to get "Apple-approved" signing. I know I don't. However, the "unidentified developer" error exists because of Gatekeeper. In order to bypass it you would need an Admin password. I am simply wondering why you really want to bypass this security on a school computer. You could buy your own laptop if you wanted too. :) As for file types, any .app that is not signed will give you that error. .dmgs are basically like cut-off folders from the rest of the world. They just hold something. .app is the issue.
Apr
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comment Running unidentified developer Applications as a Non-administrator
Is it just me or are you asking about ways to bypass security protocols that have been put in place? I'm not saying it's a bad question, though getting someone to give you this info probably won't happen. Unless of course I am misunderstanding the question and this is all for purely "academic" reasons.