This problem is not caused by you approving to "update" the certificate for that web site. You cannot "update" the certificate, nor can you "reset the cert for a specific domain" as you wrote in the comments. That's not really how it works.
What you have done is approve a specific certificate even though it doesn't validate ...
I found a temporary solution using Keyboard Maestro software.
I have created a macro with this software that executes 3 different actions with a custom keyboard shortcut. The three actions that it performs are: 1. It changes the keyboard language to English. 2. Simulates the keyboard shortcut “Shift+,” (which works on YouTube with the English keyboard ...
I have to say that I have just removed chrome from my youngest boys laptop, as despite setting up parental controls on my router he can just bypass this. This should not be allowed just to make you use chrome solutions!
This bug has been reported to the Chromium team since 06/04/2020.
This seems to affect all Chromium-based applications include Google Chrome, Brave, Electron, and probably others.
In my case it happens sometimes after sleep.
Chrome is saying its an Apple issue. Apple saying its an AMD issue.
29/01/2020: We're continuing to press ...
Setting two system preferences, reduce transparency and reduce motion, seem to have made a significant difference for me across several browsers:
Open the Apple menu, open ‘System Preferences’, then select the “Accessibility” preference panel
Choose “Display” settings
Check the boxes for “Reduce motion” and “Reduce transparency”
Exit out of System ...
The display of any unicode character requires that your machine has a font installed which contains the glyph for it. Apple doesn't provide fonts for all 130000 unicode characters, so when there is one you can't see it normally means you have to download and install an extra font.
This page gives you a list of fonts that will show the example you give, U+...
You can install it with Homebrew. The cask is included by default.
brew install --cask chromium
In case you don't have Homebrew installed already, you can install it with this command.
/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)"
Many content blockers for Safari have this feature. I use 1Blocker Legacy which is entirely free (gratis) and lets you write custom rules under "Block URLs". You can turn off all the other block sets it provides. I'm using this with iOS 13.5; I'm not sure whether it works with the latest iOS 14.
I have the same problem.
My computer is an iMac (mid 2017) with Spanish-ISO keyboard and Mojave. I can't find any working keyboard shortcut to reduce the playing speed in Youtube.
I've tried with different browsers (Safari, Chrome, Opera and Edge) with the same bad result in all of them.
Curiously, Firefox and Tor browsers seem to work well. With Firefox I ...
When this happens, the app you’re using might not be asking Big Sur to look up DNS. For an easy case, you should be able to get Safari to block. Depending on your browser history and what exactly you type - you may need to block more than “cnn.com”:
I handled the problem by installing autokey (linux) and creating a macro for
<Alt>+<Esc> which essentially runs <Esc><Tab>. After that I have focus to the website.
Note that I have switched Esc and Caps.
I know this question is quite old, but I just had the same error message using my Chrome browser (Today is 18 Feb 2021) and I did all of the above but that didn't resolve it. Instead I discovered my Chrome Browser had an update pending and by completing the update and restarting my browser everything worked again. (new chrome Version 88.0.4324.182 (...
Yes, the icon you see on the right is Handoff from another computer that you are signed into and are near. That computer has a window open in a web browser. (I'm assuming you have Chrome as your default browser)
You can ignore it if you want, or select it to "hand off" what you are doing on the other computer to this current one.
To answer your ...
There may have been a time when Google Chrome was compliant with AppleScript commands e.g. run or launch, which would keep it in the background, as it does with e.g. Safari and other applications. Or compliant with with the shell open command using either the -g or -j options along with the -a option.
In testing under macOS Catalina I could not get Google ...
From the Develop menu > Enter Responsive Design Mode Cmd ⌘ Ctrl ⌃ R
You can then choose between a selection of devices…
Click for larger image
If you don't have that menu open already, it's in Safari Prefs > Advanced
Do you experience this problem on other devices? From your question, it is clear that you have tried different browsers but you did not specify whether other devices can display these websites or not.
In order for website to displayed properly, the server (website's end) needs to set appropriate HTTP headers. Here is a sample of what those headers may look ...
I found that when Google Chrome attempted to request the Screen Recording permission, the corresponding system dialog opened in the background, and it was only some time later after closing several windows that I noticed it (I already had system preferences open at the time).
After trying to use Screen Recording in Chrome, if you don't see a dialog, try: