Arjan

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comment Make the green full screen window icon on Yosemite maximize windows
@Jonathan, I was wrong; it's not related to the proxy icon. It simply doesn't work in many applications, like Chrome, Firefox, Spotify, TextWrangler, ...
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comment Make the green full screen window icon on Yosemite maximize windows
Option, not Alt. (Though the key is also labelled Alt in case one is controlling some non-OS X system.)
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comment Make the green full screen window icon on Yosemite maximize windows
This is not true for all applications. Like it does not work in Chrome, Firefox and TextWrangler.
Oct
19
comment Make the green full screen window icon on Yosemite maximize windows
@Jonathan, true for windows that have a proxy icon, but not for, for example, Chrome.
Oct
19
revised Connecting to Canon PIXMA iP4000R over the network
Copied comment from Jens into post
Oct
19
comment How to get Firefox to show XML document trees in a monospace font
True, but this feels quite spammy for a plugin that was released 4 days ago and has 6 users. How are you affiliated with this? Are you really David?
Oct
18
revised Not sure gzip has decompressed the whole file
Note on using --list
Oct
18
revised Not sure gzip has decompressed the whole file
Added tests
Oct
18
answered Not sure gzip has decompressed the whole file
Oct
18
comment "Growl Popup" for Media Player 12?
(Welcome to Super User! I'm not on Windows, but WMP-GNTP seems fine. However, your original answer was not providing much detail, and linking to an executable file is not too nice either, hence the downvote I guess. I've edited; maybe the downvoter will click the downvote again to remove it.)
Oct
18
revised "Growl Popup" for Media Player 12?
Replaced direct download link to home page which has a big download button
Oct
18
comment How can I post a question with a long error message in it?
possible duplicate of How do I format my code blocks?
Oct
17
comment How to implement an API-Key-Mechanism
For web browsers, see also REST authentication and exposing the API key on Stack Overflow.
Oct
17
comment REST authentication and exposing the API key
True, but by design your answer does not expose the API key. However, in some APIs the API key is publicly visible, and that's what the question was about: "requests to a rest service operation [...] made through javascript (XHR/Ajax)". (The accepted answer is wrong about that too, I feel; your point 2 is clear about that, good.)
Oct
15
comment What, exactly, is "Default Website"?
Are you saying that other sites on the same IIS installation would not use port 80? (I don't know IIS, but I'd really doubt that, and Vembu's answer seems to state otherwise.)
Oct
14
comment When using internet sharing on my Mac, one specific game on my phone does not work
Also note that in a hotel network, is't very unlikely that you can configure an incoming port in their router.
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