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There is no way currently offered by Apple to disable auto-fill based on the browsing mode. However, you could try to switch auto-fill on/off based browsing mode by making a trigger-effect script or macro with AppleScript or an application like Keyboard Maestro.


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I have been looking for something similar for a while now, though I am more interested in saving bits of text. So far, I've not found anything ideal, but there are two that I've come across that work pretty well. Pearltrees seems to be the best, particularly for pictures and entire websites. There is an ios app for it, and you can add a button for it on ...


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Google Chrome Apps, and Chrome App Launcher … I think Chrome is able to do something like this (Fluid) natively on Windows -- I wonder if feature parity for the mac version is on its way. Maybe this: Google Chrome Blog: A new breed of Chrome Apps, now available for Mac (2013-12-11) Highlights: A few months ago … Chrome Apps … today, you can ...


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Apple computers (As well as a few PC's) use hard drive space as RAM if they need to. If your hard drive is packed, it will effect your RAM as well. SSD will definitely speed up your mac but it will shrink the amount of hard drive space you have (most likely, depends how much you spend). I would first try cleaning out anything you don't need from your hard ...


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Your memory and CPU usage are normal. And you don't appear to have anything massive running. Modern computers utilize as much memory as possible before swapping anything out to the (much slower) disk. If you have more than 1-2 programs open you should expect to see the memory mostly full. The OS will handle swapping / clearing it as needed. My computer ...


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I'm not sure how accurate or the usability of this would be, but it might be possible. On your website you would need a few things. A textbox of some sort that one would be able to dictate the commands into When the page loads, call the .focus() on the textbox, which will allow the user to call up dictation (Double press Fn) and tell you what they want to ...



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