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You can either use Apple's official web player (which is in beta) or a third party one: Musish Zachary Seguin Music I would recommend trying one of the third party players, they have some nice features like last.fm scrobbling support and a full screen now playing view not available in the official one.


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I finally found a tool that brings back the context menu for Safari on all those websites that disable it. It’s aptly called StopTheMadness ($8.99). It also offers solutions for other browsers like Firefox, but I haven’t tested those. Many web sites disable user interface features in your browser that you normally expect to work. StopTheMadness ensures ...


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This can be done by closing the tab, opening a new one and opening the site again there.


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Let's assume for a second that your image URL's are in a text file located on your desktop... "Image list.txt" Let's assume each image URL in that file is on a separate line Let's assume that the "Art" folder is located on your desktop (folder for the downloaded images) This AppleScript code is all you need set theList to (path to desktop as text) & "...


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Although this is an old question, it's still relevant, and here is the answer: pbpaste -Prefer rtf | textutil -stdin -convert html -output outputfile.html This uses the built-in OS X pbpaste utility to pipe the contents of the clipboard to stdout (-Prefer rtf is probably unnecessary but doesn't hurt), then runs it through the built-in textutil program. The ...


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You can use curl in Terminal for this. Besides man curl there is a tutorial available explaining the different usage scenarios. To set/use cookies you can use either curl -b "sessionID=123456789" www.example.com to set a cookie value directly, or use the --dump-headers, -c and -b options for more elaborate cases.


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Hateful 'web designers' absue their privilege to run code on our machines that restricts our tools and workflows. To get around this offensive behaviour by evil people, they should pay us damages. Not we should pay to get back to simply standard behaviour. Alternatives to paying this hostage money for standard behaviour of our browsers would be found in ...


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Since the original iPhone, mobile safari and iOS in general has multitouch and there is no concept of a single pointer. There can be up to 11 different point interactions that change in time, so the core problem is that web sites not designed for touch fail to deliver a good experience. There is no hover if you don’t have one pointer - so all the hover to ...


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Actually you can do this but an intelligent and curious child might find what you have done and bypass your options. That said you could just edit the hosts file: Open a terminal window and type the following cd /private/etc/ This puts you into the Unix underpinnings of the macOS system. Once there we will use the "Nano" text editor to modify the hosts ...


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The only way I can think of to do this (without enabling parental controls or using a 3rd party app) would be to edit the hosts file. See here for more info.


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