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This worked for me in running Fidelity ATP with Firefox, not Safari: Find the Microsoft Silverlight alias in Applications, double click to open Microsoft Silverlight Preferences. In the Application Storage tab, Delete All (lower right) Enable Application Storage should be checked. Quit Silverlight, restart Firefox.
Have you tried the sharethis add-on?
Open Firefox preferences Select the "General" tab In the "Downloads" section set the "Save files to" to be whatever folder you want all your downloads go to. Alternatively, you can choose the "Always ask me where to save files" option to have it always prompt you where to save the file.
Not sure if you got an answer to this question, but I had exactly the same issue myself. Didn't have Open Sans open in Suitcase and it wasn't in my System Folder BUT I did find Open Sans Extrabold installed in my Creative Cloud assets using Typekit. I removed it, restarted machine and problem solved. Hope that helps if you hadn't gotten to the bottom of it!
You can start Firefox directly in a private window, at least two ways, in a Terminal. The first is using the open command. open -a Firefox --args -private-window In a Terminal, type man open and press Enter for a synopsis of the open command. Note: When passing command line arguments to the application being opened by the open command they go with and ...
I had the same problem also but found that under Safari → Preferences → Advanced → Internet plug-ins I had checked stop internet plug-ins to save power. Apparently applies even if you are off battery power.
I just got this working by overriding the useragent string. (tl;dr: There is a firefox plugin called User Agent Overrider which does what is detailed below. My reasons for not using the plugin is, that I find the below easy enough to do manually and don't do it often enough to warrant the need for a whole plugin in my already overladen-with-plugins ...
Yes, this is how it's supposed to work. Closing the window will literally close the window, but quitting the application closes the application, saving the state of the application (if it supports it) including the windows. The red × does not quit the browser—it just closes the window. The browser itself is still open.
Just noting that whenever you use tools like PING and NSLOOKUP you should enter the hostname with a final period like this: ping developer.worldweatheronline.com. Otherwise, your DNS client will think that it needs to suffix that with the default domain name for you. The ending period means "this is all, don't add a suffix". I'm running the following on ...
As of Safari 9.0 (which is released together with El Capitan) you can now pin tabs. The icon for the pinned tabs has to be set by the developer for the website as an svg and is not the regular favicon; by default it's the first letter of the site. You enable the pinned tab by right clicking on it and choosing "pin tab" source
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