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![Safari open file as shown and scroll down to import from> Firefox and you should be good to go


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One way to do this is by using JavaScript. For Firefox, execute this code: document.getElementByTagName('html')[0].mozRequestFullscreen On Safari, put this in a button href attribute: javascript:if(!document.webkitFullscreenElement){document.getElementsByTagName('html')[0].webkitRequestFullscreen();} else{document.webkitExitFullscreen()} Obviously, ...


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By default there's no way to do this in native Firefox, but there is an extension called Toolbar Autohide that should do exactly that! It allows you to use your mouse to make it appear again by hovering at the top of the screen where the toolbar would normally be. Simply install the extension at that link and restart Firefox when it prompts you to do so. ...


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I ended up using the terminal to delete it, and whatever it is, hopefully is gone (it no longer hijacks my browsers).


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Check your extensions for anything by Spigot and either run AdwareMedic or follow the instructions on the site that hosts AdwareMedic. Or use Apple's plagiarized article.


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Step 1 use cmd+alt+esc and kill it. (or Activity Monitor) Step 2 use Terminal to find it with mdfind "file name" right click and use show in finder Step 3 use AppCleaner app and drag it on to it, then delete all files that it came with. Step 4, open your browser's and clean the history there. Set your default search.


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Go to Activity Monitor, and you'll see a list of all the tasks your computer is running. Find the program that the adware came from, select it, and click the Quit button in the top left corner of Activity Monitor's toolbar (the button with an octagon with an X in it, not the red "close window" button). That should stop the program so you can delete it.


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You need to disable the automatically redownload of blocklist.xml in about:config, as described below - source: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Blocklist.xml blocklist.xml is a file in the profile folder. blocklist.xml contains a list of add-ons that Mozilla considers to be harmful to the user (contains security vulnerabilities, adversely affects browsing ...


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I decided to look into uninstalling Silverlight which led me to your comment. In my efforts I decided to reinstall and try uninstalling again. Since I just reinstalled I decided to try your link. I got the black box like you did with a little imposed box in the top left corner with silverlight printed in it. I clicked the little box and the big black box a ...



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