How to change deault browser to Midori in Windows?
I'm new to Midori and can't locate option in 'preferences' (& anywhere else) where I can switch it to my default browser.
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Error 0x10 on EloTouch Properties
I am currently facing a problem regarding EloTouch Displays losing their calibration when rebooting after updating the system to Posready7 from WinXP.
We are using Toshiba TFT-STB20 and 4820 displays and EloTouch Driver 4.5.6. We recently updated our systems to Posready7. The EloTouch properties show an error in Controller Status and big red X at Windows Monitor Number.
We already tried setting the Windows Monitor Number to other than 0 in the registry without any success.
Nodejs/JS dev: VS Code + Git bash config to present Linux-seeming environment?
without installing a linux vm or dual booting, is it technically possible to set up an old windows 8 laptop and vs code (as the IDE) to emulate a linux environment just for the sake of a linux/mac -oriented codebase? Here are the main points of incompatibility:
- [SOLVED] Line endings (CRLF vs LF): It seems git can be configured to always check in LF.
- [ISSUE] Environment variables: It seems the npm package 'cross-env' alleviates this issue, but it does need to spelled out explicitly in npm scripts. Is there a way to have windows understand all the different linux/mac ways that environment and configuration variables can be set and passed to an application?
- [ISSUE] Paths and path separators ('\' ca '/'): I know that that the 'path' package alleviates these pains, but is possible to have the OS emulate linux-style paths by default, similar to the way the git bash shell manages to?
In fact, is there a way to configure vscode and/or the git bash shell so that it handles most of the above gaps?
- Python 3.6.4 not able to install in Windows 7(64)
Do scripts loaded with ocLazyLoad get cached by the browser?
Sorry if this is a newbish question.
I'm using the ocLazyLoad plugin with AngularJS and UI Router. I am using ocLazyLoad with Ui router to dynamically load/lazy-load in my controllers based on the route that is hit in my webapp.
My question is will these lazy-loaded scripts get cached by the browser? And if they are is there a way to force the browser to download a fresh copy (without turning off caching on my webserver).
The problem I am trying to solve is this, I wish to serve up a new version of my index.html with an MD5 hash to force browsers to reload code every time a new version of the webapp is deployed. So if I load up a new index-1ab34c.html my concern is that the lazy loaded JS files will be the same old cached ones and not the fresh code that is deployed.
Godaddy seal showing multiple times when clicked on browser back button?
At the footer i have this code to display the godaddy seal
<footer class='text-center'> <p> <span id='siteseal'> <script async src='https://seal.godaddy.com/getSeal?sealID=Nbs00qGadT8ILaxW12TDlYGkLLzafwt4TSDFmSljCQjDcdB0B1J02RveTAaZ'></script> </span> </p> <p> Copyright © 2018 </p> </footer>
The footer seal displays correctly. I click on few links and it again displays the seal once. But now when i click on back button of browser which takes to the origin page where i clicked on the link it will now show duplicate logo as shown below
If i am deeply nested and click on back more than once then it will keep duplicating the logo. If i click on back button three times then it displays three logos.
How can i fix this issue? I appreciate any help! Thanks!
Can I use an opened browser (header and cookies) to make http requests with Golang?
I've been using the chromedp pkg for scrapping and testing but it no longer fits in my needs as long as I need to make a lot of GET methods. So I would like to know if I can use an opened browser, it's readers and cookies to make http requests and get HTML with Golang. It doens't have to be with chromedp, any opened browser would help already.
Midori Browser Missing Favicon
I'm working on a web application that will run on a device that uses Midori browser in "app mode". The application runs just fine, but I notice that the favicon (a PNG file) does not display -- just a white box as if the favicon was missing completely.
I can find no documentation about what I should expect here. The application (and the favicon) display just fine when I run it in Chrome.
I did see a few older forum posts:
When in app or private mode, the Midori window uses the page favicon as the window icon.source
the website's favicon is set as the window iconsource
Other than that, I've seen the list of bugs that include "favicon" -- but nothing seems to shed any light on this for me. Help?
midori allow scripts to open popups
I'm trying to autorun midori browser on my raspberry pi zero.
I'm running the following command in /home/pi/.config/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart:
@midori -e Fullscreen -a [WEBSITE_URL]
The midori browser is starting up automatically and going to the website I want it to go, but it won't show any popups.
In the midori browser itself (not the one that started up automatically) I've enabled 'Allow scripts to open popups'.
Is it possible to set this setting inside the autostart?