Click on a tab on one side, hold shift and click the tab on the other side. You now have all of them selected and can simply drag the tabs onto the tab bar of the other window.
This also allows you to close multiple tabs at once or move some tabs to a new window, when they are all selected.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the Classic Home link, in the bottom-left corner.
When you click on iGoogle, it sets a cookie so it can automatically redirect you to the iGoogle page. You can get rid of it by removing the cookies as well.
You might be able to print the page. If so, you can print it to a PDF using one of the many "print to PDF" utilities out there....
You can use Tab Modifier to change the Icon to a permanent Icon that won't change when receiving messages. Just add the rule for your slack and change the icon, then refresh the slack page. Maybe a bit overkill of a solution, but it works.
It's going to depend on how each application has implemented Google's API for user authentication. Most likely there's some Websocket or AJAX calls going on in the background polling Google to see if you're logged on. When it finds that you're not the calling app changes your status.
Do Not Track Me and Disconnect are similar browser extension tools to Ghostery. They will show you trackers on each web page in the browser, and let you block them.
You aren't alone in this request, however it isn't possible at this time. The Slack Twitter account responded to this question only last month:
Ah, it is unfortunately not possible to disable favicon auto update or mute direct messages. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. 🐻 - @SlackHQ
Google is phasing out the use of Chrome Apps. They've likely removed them from the storefront to prevent new users from beginning to rely on apps that will be completely unsupported later this year. To learn more about this, you can read this Chromium Blog post about it.
I experienced this issue after upgrading to Firefox 71 (Ubuntu 18.04 + Firefox 71), https://web.whatsapp.com stopped working, and the QR code don't load either.
Doing a Refresh Firefox worked (click on menu, Help/Troubleshooting Information, then click on Refresh Firefox...).
Also tried settings this options in about:config but it didn't work for me.
Why? Because "they" (aka the person/people that wrote the code) put some code in the webpage to handle the clicks that seems to not care about the state the ctrl-button is in.
How now? user0's suggestion, scrollbuton-clicking worked for me. So I guess I'll have to relearn my habit of ctrl+clicking.
Press Ctrl+Shift+O, Bookmark Manager page will open in new tab. Click on Organize, from the dropdown menu select Export bookmarks to HTML file.... Save the file on your local system. Now you can save this HTML file into Google Drive.
Press Ctrl+Shift+B, A new window will popup. Click on Import and Backup, from the dropdown menu ...
So long as your OS sees your monitors as two, distinct screens I don't think a browser plugin will be able to (effectively) split the video and project the separate halves on separate screens in sync.
What OS and video card are you using? Display adapters like the Matrox DualHead2Go Digital or the AMD Eyefinity will create a single display from your ...
Ghostery is a (but certainly not the only) browser extension that alerts you to certain trackers/companies as you surf online.
Ghostery tracks over 1,400 trackers and gives you a roll-call of the
ad networks, behavioral data providers, web publishers, and other
companies interested in your activity.
I use it both to block tracking and as an alert ...