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I found an answer here - relevant for me are: https://code.google.com/p/harviewer/downloads/list offline app browser extension for Chrome
You can use the tool called, "xdotool" to control window size and location. Not only that, any script you write in bash, using xdotool, can be setup to work with fully maximized window and it can be scripted to set the window size any x:y coordinates by manipulating the mousemove and "click" commands.
Those flags introduce a new feature in Firefox which allows users to record web pages drawing for debugging purposes using Microsoft Azure. The drawing could include bitmaps drawn, and all font true-type data etc. These information in form of traces, could help in measuring performance and fixing bugs across Azure back-ends. See Presenting the Azure Drawing ...
Just found out the issue. The above approach works with the older version of firefox (45.0.1) but not the latest one (46.0.1) that would call the libgtk3 and libgdk3. Will carry on using 45.0.1 for now.
Type "about:config" in the address bar Search for ui.allow_platform_file_picker Toggle it to "true" Restart Firefox.
If you just want to wait until the file is unchanged then something like size=0 size2=$(stat --printf=%s $filename) while [ $size != $size2 ] do sleep 5 size=$size2 size2=$(stat --printf=%s $filename) done If you're able to write some C then using the inotify(7) set of calls might help; you can trigger an action on a CLOSE event.
Assuming the only thing that has a file open is the program doing the downloading, the command /usr/sbin/lsof path/to/your/file | wc -l should return 2 if the file is still open, or 0 if nobody has it open. Two because one line is a list of column labels, the second is the status line for the file. When the download is complete, no one should have the ...
Shells don't perform tilde expansion inside quotes, so your "~/.cache" doesn't point to your home directory—it points to a subdirectory .cache of a directory called ~. Remove the quotes, and everything should work as expected: export XDG_CACHE_HOME=~/.cache
The menu fonts should change based on your GTK font, but the font used in web pages is a combination of firefox settings and fontconfig. To change the setting in Firefox for example, go to Edit > Preferences > 'Content' tab > and click the 'Advanced' button next to 'Default font'. Here you can change the setting for various languages. If you want to see ...
Pressing Ctrl+Z does suspend the application, as in, it stops running until resumed with a SIGCONT (possibly sent through the fg or bg command in the shell). But… You're running xinit, not firefox. Pressing Ctrl+Z sends a STOP signal to the application that's running in the foreground, not to other applications that it may have run. So you've only suspended ...
Firefox puts itself in the background and detaches from your terminal if you run it from a terminal. Therefore pressing Ctrl+Z is not really suspending Firefox, it probably suspends xinit. wget and most commandline programs do not have this kind of detaching behaviour. GUI based programs like gedit start mostly like firefox and detach. I looked if there ...
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