To Get Firefox looking like Chrome and Safari
By default, Firefox only applies color correction to images that have embedded color profiles. You can enable full color management to apply color correction to everything, including colors defined in CSS. Then it should look more like Chrome and Safari.
In about:config (type that in to the address bar), set ...
In Safari ⌥ + Tab appears to select every link through google. Tried it in DuckDuckGo and I don't get the same behavior but if you search and just use the up and down arrow keys without clicking anything it selects the various links.
Chrome it appears you may need an extension such as Google Search Keyboard Shortcuts
This is part of the handoff functionality. Which is indeed linked to an AppleID. You can easily disable handoff in System Preferences.
System Preferences --> General
And then uncheck “Allow Handoff Between This Mac and Your iCloud Devices”.
More info on handoff at the Apple's website Pick up where you left off with Handoff on Mac.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
var shell = new ActiveXObject("WScript.Shell");
Google has official documentation on the Chrome iOS app’s URI scheme on its developer website.
I had the same issue with Mojave 10.14.6.
The j5Create worked perfectly until installing the supplemental update to the OS. With Apple trying to fix blacked-out/locked screen issue, whatever they did in the update broke j5Create.
I know exactly what you're asking about, and I've been through the same problem.
Multiple profiles solves most of the problem you describe, but in my case, I need two different instances of chrome where, as you say, CTRL-Q would affect them separately. Essentially, this is the situation where I would usually just use Chrome for one purpose and Firefox for ...
If the PDF is still available online, you can access your browsing history in Google Chrome and find it there (if not already deleted from the history).
If the PDF is no longer available online, but online stored in the offline disk cache on your phone, you cannot access it from within Google Chrome, or from other apps on your iPhone.
You can however get ...
Rather than converting the plist and manually editing it, you can set the option in one step. In the Terminal, run:
defaults write com.google.chrome IncognitoModeAvailability -integer 1
Then reboot or run:
to reload the plist cache. It is not enough to quit and relaunch Chrome, or even to logout and login again.
Better solution than removing the folder, since we don't know the impact, it to change folder permission.
Open Terminal and use command below. must be replaced by your username eg: joedoe.
sudo chown -R <username> ~/Library/Application\ Support/Google
This is basically same solution few other folks are mentioning above, but they are recommending ...
Unfortunately, Mac overheating issues arise often :((
If you faces this problem constantly, I kindly recommend you to make the following steps in order to reduce and prevent overheating of your Mac:
monitor the state of Mac constantly (special apps can help here)
clean your Mac from all the unnecessary files and apps
move large files to the cloud
I had this problem and it was the USB-C to HDMI adaptor. I changed brands, I now have insignia (best buy brand) and the issue went away. I don't know if it was a compatibility issue or if I just got a bad one... I don't know what about the different adaptor fixed it.
Your command works for me, even copying it and supplying an appropriate filename. As suggested in the comments, you need to ensure that the correct filepath is being supplied, and that the file has the attribute to start with.
You can see whether the file has the attribute in a number of ways:
ls -l@ /path/to/filename