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The feature you're looking for is called "infinite scrolling", here's an example GitHub repository, which you can use to deploy from the web design perspective. However, if I'm reading your OP correctly, I'm getting the sense that you are inquiring from the end-user perspective. The inclusion of this feature when viewing the website as-is would be ...


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Right click on the chrome tab bar and remove checked from the "Use system title bar and borders" option. That fixed it for me. Hope it helps.


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(For Windows, Linux and Mac) If you need a recent version of Chrome (not chromium), you can get it from https://cr-updates-serving.appspot.com/ As the picture above, click the version number to download Chrome For older versions, please see Ken's answer


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The old control.exe stopped working for me today. I changed it to ms-settings:defaultapps. Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") ' Open the default settings window WshShell.Run "ms-settings:defaultapps" WScript.Sleep 5000 ' Wait until open (adjust if necessary) ' Adjust number of tabs until you reach the browser choice ...


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You just keep some SETTINGS window and EDGE open simultaneously. It will help you: to quickly reset Chrome back also figure out how to avoid doing it over and over again Thanks for asking!


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Uninstall edge browser then download and install again when it ask make it default so cancel it and also check is it your chrome set as default


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Unfortunately in 2022, the above method does not work... My current workaround is to run this bat on start: timeout 1 taskkill /f /im msedge.exe It will wait 1 second (or need to adjust to give time for Windows to complete the startup) and then kill edge. To avoid showing the cmd dialog in a flash, either add this to taskschd.msc, or use a less perfect way ...


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AdBlock Plus now has the feature built in. If you have the extension installed, just click on it, and then select the gear option. Then when you are on settings, select "Block cookie warnings".


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Apparently, SSL VPNs, which is what Kaspersky is, is not a OS-level VPN, like Wireguard, and only works with browsers. So, whether a browser supports Kaspersky highly depends on what the browser is. How to disable Chrome support/enable support on other browsers is still a mystery.


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You need administrator rights for changing the default browser in Windows. You could perhaps create a virtual machine, if Hyper-V/VMware/Virtualbox is already installed on the computer, where you would be the administrator.


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Run the Network troubleshooter. The Network troubleshooter can help diagnose and fix common connection problems. Method 1: To run the Network troubleshooter Select the Start button > Settings > Network & Internet > Status. Open Network & Internet Status Under Change your network settings, select Network troubleshooter. Follow the steps in ...


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If you open the Development tools of Edge and try this HTML segment, you will see this error message: Not allowed to load local resource: edge://settings/appearance Security measures dictate that local browser settings should not be modifiable by browsed pages, which is why this URL is blocked. To note that any other browser than Edge will say that it ...


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This text is a JSON format, although your text fragment seems a bit truncated. You could try to use the extension JSON Bookmarks which does: Update a local bookmarks directory directly from a JSON source. With this extension, bookmarks from a central JSON source can be loaded / synced into a local bookmark directory. If this doesn't work, find your ...


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Perhaps there is a way to ‘replicate’/‘sync’ SQLite3 databases, perhaps run periodically using a scheduling tool such as cron/systemd (or the macOS / Windows equivalent). This method, if feasible, should also allow for syncing between different brands of web browser, as well as providing a foundation for native desktop or mobile apps for bookmark analysis ...


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I use this application, which will also save settings per website: https://github.com/zumoshi/BrowserSelect It's pretty handy, and it keeps apps from spontaneously sending data through my default browser (Like right after I install a program and it "thanks" me by opening a link in my default browser, or when I uninstall a program and it asks why in ...


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What it is It's something calles 'an outline' in CSS - and is something that can change from site to site. Do you see the same outline on all sites? If so, then it's something that CCleaner adds as a global styling, which sounds bonkers to me. I don't have any experience with CCleaner. Solution attempts Try and check out other sites, to see if they have the ...


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The option to hide the Extensions jigsaw icon has now been deprecated. The option used to exist in the flag chrome:flags#extensions-toolbar-menu, then was removed by the developers. Then it still existed as an argument on the Chrome invocation as --disable-features=ExtensionsToolbarMenu, then was also removed by the developers. Nowadays it still exists as an ...


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Since 2018 in Chrome (65) the browser's integrated DevTools has a feature called Local Overrides 1. As such, there is no need for an add-on or extension like StyleBot, Stylish or Greasemonkey. Local Overrides allow rewrites of CSS, JS and DOM on any live site. Changes are saved in a local folder and they override the contents of the live environment. This ...


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