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May
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revised Detect whether Chrome is 32 bit or 64 bit, with javascript
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May
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revised Detect whether Chrome is 32 bit or 64 bit, with javascript
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May
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comment Detect whether Chrome is 32 bit or 64 bit, with javascript
Actually my last comment is misleading (or just plain wrong). The problem is more simple, and is that Shockwave have never released a 64 bit version. Therefore, Shockwave will never work in 64 bit chrome, period. It will work in 32 bit chrome, if people turn the "Enable NPAPI" option on, until chrome hits version 45 (planned for september), after which this option will be removed and Shockwave will never work in Chrome 32 bit either. I've added this info to my question.
May
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comment Detect whether Chrome is 32 bit or 64 bit, with javascript
Thanks @heavyd i'll investigate those.
May
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comment Detect whether Chrome is 32 bit or 64 bit, with javascript
It's to do with the NPAPI which is used by Shockwave (a Flash plugin). In 32 bit chrome, this is now disabled by default, and we can advise our users how to re-enable it. In 64 bit it's just turned off completely. so we would give them some different advice (eg use a different browser).
May
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asked Detect whether Chrome is 32 bit or 64 bit, with javascript
Apr
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accepted Grep with string comparison: return only lines “higher than” a timestamp
Apr
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comment Grep with string comparison: return only lines “higher than” a timestamp
Perfect - thanks!
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asked Grep with string comparison: return only lines “higher than” a timestamp
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accepted Linux command line log viewer which allows auto tail AND searching?
Apr
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comment Linux command line log viewer which allows auto tail AND searching?
@linuxdev2013 - starting it with "less -F <file>" doesn't work for me. @Nikolai - shift&f is perfect, thanks! If you want to make that an answer i'll mark it as correct. (btw, in case anyone else is reading, to get out of forwarding mode, it's ctrl&c, or whatever your regular cancel/interrupt keycode is.
Apr
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comment Linux command line log viewer which allows auto tail AND searching?
Simple command, thanks
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asked Linux command line log viewer which allows auto tail AND searching?
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revised Unable to mount IPOD: not authorized
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asked Unable to mount IPOD: not authorized