Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

Video Grabber a good choice for you to download YouTube videos for free. You just need to paste the video's URL in the address bar on this page, and click "Grab it".


0

I wouldn't start randomly trusting individual certificates for websites. That just sounds like a bad idea. Without the chain of trust to confirm the provenance of the certificates it just seems like too much of a risk. One option is to visit DigiCert's site and download the specific DigiCert certificates that are missing and install them. You appear to ...


0

I ran into a similar issue just the other day, only in Safari. An HTTPS site kept popping up a list of certificates to click on and then continue or cancel, it never went through. What I found is that the certificate in the keychain was damaged, deleting those certs in the keychain utility fixed the issue. BEFORE YOU DO THAT Backup your keychain, just in ...


0

By verifying the issue in the Guest user you have identified the issue resides in a system shared resource. Attempt to reproduce the issue in Safe Mode. If the issue is not reproducible, reboot normally and check if the issues persist. If it does I would encourage you to backup your system and navigate over to the local Library located at /Library. From here ...


0

As bizarre as it seems i just installed Mav and then had all the probs listed here- so i ran a repair permissions on utility and now it seems fine- 1GB out of 4 is spare on average use- Memory Clean is a big help in spring cleaning RAM of any unnecessary use :-)


0

Both the control key and Fn key are modifier keys, which generally aren't intended to trigger anything by themselves. I think that even a macro program (e.g. keyboard maestro ) probably won't trigger on just a mod key. I know that Alfred won't trigger a workflow on a mod key. There is a program called Ukulele that lets you edit your keyboard layout, and ...


1

You could create a folder action in Automator, to watch for new files in your Downloads folder and display a notification banner whenever it detects a new file. Open Automator and create a new Folder Action Next to Folder Action receives files and folders added to choose your Downloads folder Search for 'notif' and drag and drop the Display Notification ...


0

if you look at the curl manpage (man curl) it doesn't seem to have a limit on url size. You may want to look into using the -d or --data options.


-1

add site to cookies/cache approved list in browser settings


1

What about this answer by user markhunte: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20444904/terminal-command-to-open-new-safari-window You can place the below function with the osascript code in your .profile code: function Safari { # Will open a New Safari window with argument 1. osascript <<EOD tell application "Safari" to make new document with ...


1

Here is an AppleScript that should help you. Open AppleScript Editor and save this as a script. I have modified the source that I found here to support taking arguments on the command line. Use it like this: osascript new_window.scpt http://www.google.com http://www.stackoverflow.com Of course, replace the URLs above with your own URLs. ...


0

You also need to check the NSQuitAlwaysKeepsWindows setting: defaults read .GlobalPreferences NSQuitAlwaysKeepsWindows defaults read com.apple.Safari NSQuitAlwaysKeepsWindows The default behaviour should be a "does not exist" error, but if either is set to 0 Safari will not remember open tabs. You can restore the default setting with: defaults delete ...


4

You won't be able to do it in AppleScript : Safari only does something on open windows. You should definitely look at Command line scripts like curl. The AppleScript to call a shell command takes the form: set variableName to do shell script "command" So using your AlertURLString you'd want something like: set curlOutput to do shell script "curl '" ...


-1

Yes ctrl + (0-9) by using this shortcut you can navigate across multiple tabs in windows


1

If a website is serving some content over HTTPS and some over HTTP then you shouldn't trust it. It's that simple. It doesn't matter what certificate it is using for the secure parts. If part of the content is being loaded over an insecure connection then you don't know if it has been interfered with, and you don't know if it is interfering with the securely ...


4

Go to View → Hide Status Bar or press ⌘/


0

Or you could use a dash instead of a period. xxxyyzz-download


0

You can remove the bundle document type for the .download extension. You'll have to edit /Applications/Safari.app/Contents/Info.plist and remove the entry for the download extension under Document Types. The only disadvantage to this is that, whenever Safari updates, you'll have to do this again as your changes will be overridden. I'd also make sure you ...


1

This is currently not possible. Apple does not provide a way to turn off this gesture. Note that if you pinch out whilst still zoomed in slightly, the tab switcher is not invoked.


0

I don't think this is dangerous. I don't think you need to worry about it. The affected files are just pairs of strings and the translated version for a particular language. The InfoPlist.strings file contains the file descriptions that appear in the Finder (and other places I assume) for the Document Types that Safari supports, for example "HTML document" ...


0

Check that the correct card is selected as your "Me" card in Contacts. Open Contacts and select "Go to My Card" from the Card menu. If the wrong one is selected, find the correct one, select it and mark it with "Mark This My Card" from the card menu. Within Safari Preferences you could also check the AutoFill tab. Make sure "Using info from my Contacts ...


2

Yes. Before you save the PDF select "Show Details" and select Safari (or whatever) from the drop down, then uncheck "Print headers and footers". Then save as PDF.


1

If you've deleted the root certificates from your keychain, the easiest way I know to fix this is to reinstall. When you visit a website, the browser checks the "chain of trust" of the website certificate. Basically it checks to see who has signed the certificate. If the root certificates are gone it won't recognise any of the common authorities like ...



Top 50 recent answers are included