Posts Tagged ‘ Firefox ’

Keyboard Shortcuts for Next, Previous, Euro, Degree Symbols and Moving Around Inside a Worksheet

2017/04/15
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Modified: 2017/04/30

I never can't remember the Notepad equivalent of "F3" (Find Next) in Word and Excel. Here are the keyboard shortcuts, that are most useful, but almost impossible to remember. Also I constantly need Euro currency symbol (€) and Temperature Degree symbol (°), when writing my travel notes about Europe.

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All Background Colors Are Gone from All Sites
Solved with One Click

2017/02/23
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Modified: 2017/01/18
Backgound-Colors-Are-Gone

Just an hour ago your were a happy browser.  Everything worked great. All of a sudden, all the background colors are gone from all web pages on all sites. Pages are now looking bald and stripped.  What just happened?   If you are on Windows 7, I know the answer. You are in a “High Contrast” mode. To get out, press three buttons "Alt + left Shift + Print Screen" all at the same time.   Cheers.

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Properly Validate TextArea Length (IE vs. Firefox)

2016/12/26
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Modified: 2016/12/18
Properly Validate TextArea Length (IE vs. Firefox)

Let’s consider this example, where HTML page has a TEXTAREA and an INBOX.  When user types inside TextArea, Inbox should show the length of TextArea string. <script type="text/javascript"> function TTLength(objTT){ var tt= document.getElementById('TXT1'); tt.value = objTT.value.length; } </script> <textarea onKeyDown="TTLength(this);" onKeyUp="TTLength(this);" rows="10"> This Text Area Contains a string With Newline Characters </textarea>  <input type="text" id="TXT1" value="TT Length"/> Let’s see how this page behaves in IE8 and in Firefox 3.6.11. IE8 Firefox As you can see that IE and FF return two different values for the length of an identical  string in TextArea and that could be a serious problem, if you are trying to validate the string length before updating the…

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Very First Experience with Firefox (up to 3.6.12)

2010/11/01
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Modified: 2010/11/08
Very First Experience with Firefox (up to 3.6.12)

Time to Try New Things I just learned that 45% of all my visitors (over the last week) are using Firefox (FF).  And only 5% stayed with Internet Explorer (IE). So, after all these years I am finally ready to try this one.  I downloaded and installed Firefox 3.6.11.  By the time I am finishing this article (2010-11-01 MO) a new Firefox 3.6.12 is out and available. Download Blues for IE Super Freaks http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/ie.html If you have a super-protected environment, where only Trusted sites can have script access, it is really a challenge to catch, what site you need to add to your trusted list, to be able to download.  The…

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