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Scroll down on this site (http://www.shouldiremoveit.com/Torch-5557-program.aspx) and you'll see something that's known to come with Torch called torchhelper.dll. I dug into Activity Monitor to gather data about Chrome (I really don't want to download Torch) and found all this when expanding the Chrome app section (while using Chrome to bring it up to the ...


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Not sure if this is a solution, but if you are using FireFox, you can highlight the text, right-click, and use 'View Selection Source', assuming its text present in the HTML of the page. For example, your previous comment looks like this: <span class="comment-copy">There is actually a difference in text editors between breaking and non breaking spaces ...


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I don't know of any browsers that will show invisibles, but there are work-arounds. Since you are already "using various online tools for translation and proofreading," I assume you are also copy and pasting between the tools. The easiest solution would to just paste the text into a different text editor as an intermediate step. This should reveal tabs vs. ...


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$0 - $4 The $0, $1, $2, $3 and $4 commands work as a historical reference to the last five DOM elements inspected within the Elements panel or the last five JavaScript heap objects selected in the Profiles panel. $0 returns the most recently selected element or JavaScript object, $1 returns the second most recently selected one, and so on.


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There is. The color of a visited link is determined by the people who have designed the website you are visiting. Most sites will show links and visited links in the same color, but Google for example use different colours so that you can see which sites you have visited. This can be useful if you're trying to find back the site you've visited, or rather ...



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