If is say "+complang", I do NOT want to get the message "Do you mean 'comp lang'". What I miss by my phrasing is my intentionl I'm getting them too much now. I do wish there was an option that "+" means "+".
Perhaps I misunderstood something, but why don't you put your search queries inside quotes? This way you'll get precisely what you're looking for. It works on both Google and ixquick.com. You can also add a search engine in Vivaldi for precise queries, like eg. https://www.google.com/search?q="%s"
This one I wanted some feedback on, so posted it separately anyway.
There was a time I would have got some from the security geeks that used to be here.
Unfortunately since this half of the forums is constantly spammed by posts for the browser half of the forum, it has started to become useless for the original purpose.
Not really - but you can use the shortcut –incognito on your desktop shortcut. Of course that only works when you start from the shortcut, not if you open by any other means, such as a link from an outside source.
Good point, which I should probably add to that post.
I started with Comodo certificates, but as a free user you don't get a control panel to manage things. Hence they are more disposable and anonymous.
StartSSL has a convenient console and helpful support via Jabber.
I actually want the certificates to prove who I am, and that emails from me are actually from me, so I prefer that all my certs are linked to 1 variable account.
So if you want anonymous encryption use Comodo, and if you want to be trusted with a digital signature that combats identity theft, use StartSSL (Both offer similar levels of encryption).
On the other hand, knowing which extensions create which problems is also useful information so if an extension is creating a problem and you only have two or three, then testing to identify which extension creates the problem would be helpful.
Even if you have many extensions, just knowing that the problem doesn't manifest with them all disabled and knowing which extensions you're using MIGHT be useful - depending on the problem.
If it were not for the fact you managed to keep it nerdy, I would be complaining about a thread hijack
I guess in Britain we have only got the collective phrase "Green grocer" and likewise "Greens" is the cover-all term for vegetation.
"Fruit 'n' Veg" is sort of it really.
The use of the over-emphasised first syllable in "PrOduce" is an Americanism that has a use to differentiate.
One is derived from the other, so in my opinion it does not help clarify to non-English speakers.
If you cannot tell if it is someones accent or an intentional emphasis, it can be misleading without context.
Depending on where you live and how you speak, pro-duce and prod-uce are exactly the same, unlike the difference between "matrix" and "mAtrix".
Most farms here work at both local and national level, so the "Market gardens" in the UK are competing with farmers, unless they pick a different crop (which most do).