IDM uses several techniques like browser plugins/extensions, services to integrate into browsers to monitor file downloads and forward them to itself. You will even get notification of installing browser plugin when you install IDM for first time. IDM does it automatically. However, in some cases you may need to disable IDM for one or all of your browsers. IDM has option for that and you can selectively disable IDM integration for one or some of the browsers.
Remove the IDM extension currently installed in your Chromethen go to this site IDM Integration Moduleoffered by www.internetdownloadmanager.com and add the extension there, this way Chrome will not auto disable the extension anymore.
The selection of the tool might depend on whether you want to disable the hot corner functionality for a single user or for all users on the system. By using dconf Editor or gsettings, you can disable hot corner only for a single user. To disable hot corner system-wide, use the No topleft hot corner extension.
Enabling the window overview by this procedure is not a permanent change. Each update of the gnome-classic-session package overwrites the configuration file to the default settings, which disable the window overview.
With the X.Org display server, users can normally use the Ctrl+Alt+function key shortcuts to switch from the GNOME Desktop and X.Org to a virtual terminal. You can disable access to all virtual terminals by modifying the X.Org configuration. The X.Org configuration should be modified by adding the DontVTSwitch option to the Serverflags section of an X configuration file in the /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ directory, as shown by the following procedure.
You can disable the Save and Save As dialogs. This can be useful if you are giving temporary access to a user or you do not want the user to save files to the computer.
Having followed these steps, applications supporting this lockdown key, for example Videos, Image Viewer, Evolution, Document Viewer, or GNOME Shell, will disable their Save As dialogs.
If you activate Orca by pressing the keyboard shortcut, the icon disappears in case that the user disables all of the provided options from the Universal Access Menu. The missing icon might cause difficulties to users with a visual impairment.
You can prevent the inaccessibility of the icon by switching on the Always Show Universal Access Menu option as described in the above procedure. When the Always Show Universal Access Menu option is enabled, the icon is displayed on the top bar even when all options from this menu are disabled.
I fixed this problem by going to Chrome://extensionsBecause I have Adobe Acrobat installed on my computer, the extension was present, but defaulted to 'disabled'. Toggling to 'enabled' now triggers a pop-up when clicking pdf links, to 'Open in Acrobat'
After creating a new domain that uses VPC access, the domain's Configuration state might never progress beyond Loading. If this issue occurs, you likely have AWS Security Token Service (AWS STS) disabled for your Region.
To provide this fix on short notice, we are using the Studies system. This system is enabled by default, and no action is needed unless Studies have been disabled. Firefox users can check if they have Studies enabled by going to:
@Samuel VuorelaThank you very much for this info!Suddenly my firefox browser disabled ALL add-ons, and I realized it when a webpage that I frequently visit suddenly displaying all kinds of adds. This really sucks. And, I tried sending studies and whatever it is but to no avail.Time to switch to Chrome or Opera
So will you put back the option in about:config to disable mandatory signing now ?You really should listen to your users more.Automatic reviews on AMO with automatic signing make this whole thing useless against dangerous addons. Mandatory human review on AMO !
When you use Chrome to surf the web, Chrome extensions can consume a lot of resources and even conflict with the program. If Google Chrome has started lagging and is slow to open down in Windows 11, try to disable extensions you don't need to see if the issue persists.
There are a number of things you can do to fix Google Chrome slow in Windows 11. Start by restarting your computer or Chrome. This method can solve simple problems. If the restart doesn't work, try to disable Chrome extensions and hardware acceleration, clear browsing histories, caches, or harmful software, update Chrome, and more.
You can manually disable OTP encryption, although this is not recommended. When not encrypted, the OTP is stored in the oneTimePassword variable, and its timestamp is stored as clear text in the oneTimePasswordTimestamp variable.
For example, consider a deployment where you disable module-based authentication and keep the default authentication chain to the out-of-the-box ldapStore authentication chain using DataStore module. If you have set up two factor authentication for your users, your users can still access their accounts without performing the correct two factor authentication chain login sequence by using the default ldapService chain.
When the Two Factor Authentication Mandatory setting is enabled, users must provide a one-time password every time they authenticate to a chain that includes a ForgeRock Authenticator (OATH) authentication module. When the setting is disabled, the user can optionally skip one-time passwords.
Defines how many minutes a user must wait after a lockout before attempting to authenticate again. Entering a value greater than 0 enables memory lockout and disables physical lockout. Memory lockout means the user's account is locked in memory for the number of minutes specified. The account is unlocked after the time period has passed. 2b1af7f3a8