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Jul
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Jul
7
comment How to automatically login to captive portals on OS X?
Here's an interesting related fun fact read as well, particularly about the profile part: grpugh.wordpress.com/2014/10/29/…
Jul
7
comment How to automatically login to captive portals on OS X?
While this may be simple(st?) solution, I would think cwd's answer is the proper way to do it even though it's admin-ish. There are certain things on Mac that Apple kind of forces us to be admin-ish on, when we want to "think different" from Apple.
Jul
7
comment How to automatically login to captive portals on OS X?
Anyone know where Apple documents this implementation functionality on the OS X side? If they document this at all for developers and/or users.
Jul
2
asked Running a proxy server like Charles interferes with Mac wireless web-based login authenication?
Jun
10
comment Generating Safari developer certificate from Windows? The old instructions that have since been removed
This may be kind of pointless going forward. Just got Apple email that Safari dev program will be merged into Apple (iOS/Mac) dev program, which is $99/yr just to release/publish official Safari extensions (to the gallery). This applies to extension updates as well. At that price, may as well get a Mac and build iOS and/or Mac apps too.
Jan
27
comment Generating Safari developer certificate from Windows? The old instructions that have since been removed
Thanks. People can be forgetful, I came across a different solution before but forgot about it. Just got reminded of it now: stackoverflow.com/questions/16011066/…
Jan
27
accepted Generating Safari developer certificate from Windows? The old instructions that have since been removed
Jan
27
comment Is it possible to upload files to a website from Safari on iPhone?
I believe that even with image upload support on iOS 6, one may have to tweak their site's code to support it well compared to a browser. Particularly for things like multiple image upload selection where we batch upload multiple images together. We had to do it for our websites. Not being the developer, I don't know the specifics on what was done, but a change had to be made in our mobile site code that differed from desktop version.
Jan
27
awarded  Commentator
Jan
27
comment Is it possible to upload files to a website from Safari on iPhone?
The referenced link seems to be dead. Page not found.
Jan
27
comment Is it possible to upload files to a website from Safari on iPhone?
How is it out of date? Although the answer doesn't provide much info/example on how to get file/photo upload working for a site on iPhone.
Jan
27
revised Generating Safari developer certificate from Windows? The old instructions that have since been removed
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Jan
27
asked Generating Safari developer certificate from Windows? The old instructions that have since been removed
Sep
30
comment How can I use multiple browser versions at one time?
If one want's more than screenshots, I'd recommend SauceLabs.com. Of all the multibrowser over the web services available online, at last check, they are the only one that offers a freemium account that doesn't have a trial expiration. And you can use it to do manual testing of different browser versions (or automation as well).
Sep
30
comment How can I use multiple browser versions at one time?
For IE, one can also go directly to the source modern.ie site for the VMs, though the GitHub script simplifies the install I guess.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
20
comment How to clear the cache or do a hard refresh in Safari?
The command sequence for that should be Cmd + Shift + R. As described here: dotjay.co.uk/2007/05/hard-refresh-firefox-mac
Jun
12
answered How do you watch HTTP requests an iPhone app is making?
Jun
12
comment How do you watch HTTP requests an iPhone app is making?
On Windows, you can probably use Fiddler2 proxy.