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comment Make chrome put http:// in the browser
No, it's not. First off, this is from 2012. Secondly, there is no way to force chrome to show the HTTP. Google turned it off and deliberately did not make it configurable. I provided a solution to alleviate the annoyance. If you need this question answered for your purposes, please re-ask the question with your specifics instead of reviving the long-dead.
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comment Open a test TCP connection to a specified IP/Port
I'm accepting this as the answer. Netcat is awesome. I haven't tested the windows version yet, but I played with nc on Fedora 16, and with the -v switch, it's pretty much exactly what I'm looking for.
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comment Make chrome put http:// in the browser
@corsiKa This can also be done. PhraseExpress has macro capabilities. You can also simulate keystrokes in addition to text. You can use hotkey/key combos to A) simulate an "End" keystroke, highglight a selection, and change it, and B), enter a simulated "Home" key, and automatically output "Http://", and then simulate pressing an "enter". All you would have to do is set up the correct phrases/keycombos. This software can also copy to/paste from the clipboard, as well as a TON of other things. Really helps to automate workflow. There's a bit of a learning curve, but worth it.
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comment Open a test TCP connection to a specified IP/Port
I'd like to test these further and see the output I get from NC and socat, but I can't at the moment thanks to the wonders of corporate firewalls.
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comment Open a test TCP connection to a specified IP/Port
@ScottChamberlain, I did know about installing telnet in win7, but not about how to do it from the cmd line. Very helpful. Thank you.
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comment Open a test TCP connection to a specified IP/Port
@slhck Thanks, will do. Appreciated.
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answered Make chrome put http:// in the browser
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comment Is it possible to create a “Full” Windows 7 Live DVD?
@horatio beat me to it. I was going to recommend the same thing. Operating on data on the drives may be a bit tricky from within a VM, though.
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comment Make chrome put http:// in the browser
I see. The issue here is that there doesn't seem to be a "." anywhere in your url. The way that the google search/http bar works is it searches your input for a period surrounded by alpha chars (no spaces), and if it finds one, will treat it as a domain (automatically put http://) Without the period surrounded by alpha, it thinks you're entering search terms.