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    Re: Tug of war - Community vs Mods - to 200 (or -200)

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    [SOLVED] Re: Firefox Zeus pop-up

    I created a new profile, opened Firefox, and no more stupid Zeus pop-ups. I did backup my bookmarks as an html file, uploaded them and so far so good.

    Thank you deadflowr and oldos2er! I...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Firefox Zeus pop-up

    No, I've honestly never messed with the profiles.
    firefox -P will create a new (second) one?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Firefox Zeus pop-up

    I will try this! No saved passwords but if I backup my bookmarks do you think it will follow, i.e. is attached to them somehow?
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    [SOLVED] Firefox Zeus pop-up

    So I was researching tractor attachments on Firefox and got this annoying pop-up which includes an "authentication required" dialog box which states:



    Then it wants user name and password....
  8. [SOLVED] Re: clearing Chromium history cleared Qupzilla history as well(?)

    Okay, I don't know how, but the problem seems to have corrected itself. I closed Qupzilla and when I later tried reopening it, all was as it had been. So it wasn't Chromium (which I didn't see how it...
  9. [SOLVED] clearing Chromium history cleared Qupzilla history as well(?)

    Chromium 57.0.2987.98
    Qupzilla 1.8.9

    This morning I cleared Chromium's browser history. When I opened Qupzilla, it opened as a clean slate - both bookmarks and history are gone. I didn't think...
  10. Thread: Elementary

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    Re: Elementary

    Then I'm going to have to look into what he's done! Price-wise (from my research) Chromebooks retail for around USD $230, Litebooks for $250 (with considerably more horsepower under the hood -...
  11. Thread: Elementary

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    Re: Elementary

    I'm impressed that you can hang in there with Windows even for awhile. It drives me crazy. :P
  12. Thread: Elementary

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    Re: Elementary

    Sorry mikewhatever, I apparently didn't subscribe to my own thread :eek:

    I took a look at the link you gave, definitely wasn't a sales pitch so I appreciated that, and it brought up some good...
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    Re: Count to 200 - BEFORE MOD RESETS BACK TO ONE

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  14. Thread: Elementary

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    Re: Elementary

    Hi Artificial Intelligence (saw your name on the Elementary forums :) ), hi Vasa1.

    Well, I read about Litebook yesterday in Full Circle Magazine and it appealed to me as a possible replacement...
  15. Thread: Elementary

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    Elementary

    Any thoughts on Elementary OS and Litebook?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Snort error

    Perhaps because the version has reached it's end of life (see https://www.snort.org/) in which case there is no fix except to upgrade.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Libre Office THESAURUS

    Does this help?



    You can view the original (and full) blog post here.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Libre Office THESAURUS

    Well done, ray42. It's always a good feeling to solve your own problems, isn't it?
  19. [SOLVED] Re: MEGA thread: ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR for all Google products

    Plastart, firstly, welcome to the Ubuntu forums.

    The fix we were celebrating was for 12.04 Precise Pangolin. It sounds like you need to report this as a separate bug.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Libre Office THESAURUS

    Oh my! The jokes on me for that one, LOL. The moral of the story is never make assumptions.

    oldrocker99 is correct then and you have a choice of US or AU for an English thesaurus. Australian...
  21. Re: suspicious "open action" in LibreOffice created PDF

    Okay, finally jumped through the hoops to do that. We'll see what happens.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Libre Office THESAURUS

    You'll want

    mythes-uk

    If you do a search in Synaptic for LibreOffice thesaurus, a list of mythes files will come up. UK is the last one on the list.

    Do you have Synaptic Package Manager...
  23. Re: suspicious "open action" in LibreOffice created PDF

    That's an excellent idea. Where would I go to make a feature request?
  24. Re: suspicious "open action" in LibreOffice created PDF

    But I don't think it's a bug. It appears to be Java script added to determine how the document is opened in a pdf viewer ("PDF Open Action").

    I did find a web article, "Remove Document Open Action...
  25. Re: suspicious "open action" in LibreOffice created PDF

    This is a follow-up to my problem, for which I have found workarounds but not a solution.

    The only other place I knew to ask was at the LibreOffice forum, but I've had no replies so I guess no...
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