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asked Pidgin suddenly not working w/ Yahoo (or vice versa)?
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asked Annotate email using Alpine
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asked Pidgin plugins/features on a per-account basis?
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revised Firefox hidden cookies not in cookies.sql?
GM script run, more info found
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accepted Firefox hidden cookies not in cookies.sql?
Apr
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comment Firefox hidden cookies not in cookies.sql?
I was hoping adding cookies.sqlite to roaming.default.files would force Firefox to keep it updated, but no go. I'm not good w/ JS, but if it has a get_cookies() function, and can write to HTML5 storage, that might just work.
Apr
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comment Firefox hidden cookies not in cookies.sql?
That makes sense. I've seen sqlite do that with other dbs when it's in the process of updating something, but hasn't finished (normally, it's inside a transaction). What's the magic sqlite command that glues together foo.db and foo-journal.db, so I can see its current contents? As you know, foo-journal.db is not an sqlite db.
Apr
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comment Firefox hidden cookies not in cookies.sql?
I did, but it's short-lived and a demo account.
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asked Firefox hidden cookies not in cookies.sql?
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comment Open application to edit text files from the command line
"emacs -nw" or "xemacs -nw" if you want VT100 (x)emacs even inside a windowed environment.
Mar
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comment Torrent client for the command-line?
Another vote for transmission. In daemon mode, you can control an already-running instance of transmission to add/removetorrents, check on status, etc.