This simple trick will enable you to watch YouTube Videos in Full Browser Window (it’s not Fullscreen), good for those who want to watch videos without getting distracted with other unnecessary items such as the Comments, Suggestions, Infos, etc but still be able to monitor other things in your desktop, such as IM, or maybe other browser tab.
Glipper Residing at the indicator-applet located at the bottom right corner of the screen as a simple ‘G’ Icon
Install this tiny application in your Ubuntu to keep track of your Clipboard history , this tiny application will reside at your indicator-applet, it’s very easy and simple to use. It also support plugins to boost up the application features itself ! To Install this application in Ubuntu, open the Terminal and type in the following commands:
There’s an official Twitter application available for mac which you can get for free, but sadly you can only get it from Mac App store, which is available in Snow Leopard 10.6.6 or later. So, last night I decided to update my Snow Leopard from 10.6.5 to 10.6.6. The updating process is rather easy and doesn’t require much effort, I just need to make a backup of 10.6.5 mach_kernel and a few kexts, just as what I did when updating from 10.6.3 to 10.6.5 (written in this guide). Want to know how? Here’s how to do it:
I’m running Mac OS X Snow Leopard from my eeePC 1005HA and as you know, eeePC has a very low screen resolution (1024×600) . This make some applications window/interface not visible thus making some options or buttons unusable/unclickable . An example is the Print window from Microsoft Office as shown in the picture below.
To be able to view the whole window I need to increase my screen resolution to a higher resolution, but it’s not possible to further increase the screen resolution in my eeePC since 1024×600 is the max resolution that I can get .
But thankfully, you can edit plist files in MacOS to simulate a higher resolution view for certain apps or the whole system (I do not recommend using this method as a way to increase the resolution for the whole system or permanently since some apps won’t render correctly using this method, ex. misplaced input box). This trick can be done through the Terminal command, but I’m going to explain how to this using a 3rd party application .
I’ve been using Trillian as my default Instant Messaging to log in to multiple services such as Yahoo Messenger, MSN, and Facebook Chat. But what I noticed is that every time I receive messages from contacts on Facebook Chat, the message will appear both at Trillian and Facebook Web page . It may not be a big problem, but it’s kinda annoying for me (well, at least that’s what I think ).
In Firefox you can easily edit site cookies using Add N Edit Cookies or Edit Cookies Add-on. But in Opera you don’t have to install any extensions, plugins or add-ons to be able to edit Cookies for specific site since this feature is already built in Opera. I’m going to show you how to edit Cookies in Opera using various ways.
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In Opera you can edit any Cookies for site that you’ve visited from the “Preferences”.
- Open the Preferences (Menu > Settings > Preferences or by pressing Ctrl+F12)
- Go to the Advanced tab and select Cookies from the list on the left and then click the “Manage Cookies” button.
- A new window will appear with a list of all the websites you’ve visited. Expand the items to view the cookies. You can also use the Quick Find bar to easily find a specific site.
The downside of using this methods is that every time you wanted to edit cookies, you’ve to go through a long process (Menu > Settings > Preferences > Cookies > Manage Cookies). For a more shorter way, follow the second method.