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.
My Ubuntu Desktop with gnome-panel removed and replaced by Avant Window Navigator
This is a simple tutorial that I write to easily remove the default gnome-panel in your Ubuntu. There are two ways that I know to remove the gnome-panel, I’m going to tell you how this can be done using either of the method.
Let’s get started .
I know it’s easy to create a new wireless network on your by simply going to Airport Status Bar at the top screen and hit the “Create Network…”, but what if you would like your mac to automatically create and ad-hoc network every time at startup or maybe making it simple for you to create an ad-hoc network by just running an applescript instead of repeating over and over the same process via the Airport Status Bar. Either way, here’s how you do it:
This is my step-by-step how to install Hackintosh on my eeePC 1005HA.
Some things that you’ll need and prepare:
- A computer running Mac OS (you’ll need it to create your Snow Leopard Installation USB).
- Mac OS X Snow Leopard Retail DVD 10.6.0 (you’ll need this to create your Snow Leopard Installation DVD).
- USB Flashdisk or SD Card (media that’ll we use to install Snow Leopard into our eeePC 1005HA).
- USB Keyboard and Mouse (you need to prepare both of ’em since Mac OS X Setup won’t detect your eeePC 1005HA keyboard and touchpad, yet).
- Snow Leopard 1005HA Installation kit (includes everything you need to ensure your Snow Leopard and hardware runs well.
Grab it here: http://db.tt/PJvtHuu
All right, now that you’ve prepared everything needed we’ll begin .