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May
4
comment Prevent Google Chrome from treating all URLs with a common base as SSL connections
Strict Transport Security (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strict_Transport_Security) is an HTTP header that tells the browser "this server should only be accessed over HTTPS". As you've discovered, many sites/frameworks are starting to enable it automatically. You'd need to run everything on your domain over HTTPS (preferred in general on the web nowadays), or configure the site to not send the header if you actually want some parts of the domain accessible over non-HTTPS
May
4
comment Prevent Google Chrome from treating all URLs with a common base as SSL connections
Is there any chance that your SSL site is sending a Strict-Transport-Security header? There are some frameworks that automatically add them on SSL sites. Chrome supports it and IE 9 doesn't.
Apr
16
comment Backslash inserted when pressing o, u, h at the same time
Do you have another system you can try plugging the keyboard into, to see if it's an issue with the keyboard?
Nov
21
comment How do I stop scripts from accessing the mouse wheel in Firefox?
Looks like the "bug" to implement this is at bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=564021. Would be happy if there were some workaround or userscript or the like I could use in the meantime.
Nov
1
comment How do I stop scripts from accessing the mouse wheel in Firefox?
Yes, I want to disable the mouse wheel events from getting to the page's JS, much like there's an option to disable it getting the right-click events.